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TCEA Conference

What we learnt from this year’s TCEA Conference

Hitting Austin, Texas once again for this year’s TCEA Conference, we left both fuelled and excited by our encounters with visitors, where we discussed the latest innovations in the EdTech world and showcased our products. We must admit, however, that the mass consumption of Tex-Mex and brisket, alongside the honky-tonk music, also added to this…

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FETC Conference

Top 3 Things we learnt at this year’s FETC Conference

Another year and another FETC Conference down, this year hitting the alligator state that is Florida (although we must admit we didn’t see any alligators this time)! We did, however, see (and catch) plenty of Ubers – yet another example of how mobile technology is adapting. And what’s more, we learnt a few new things,…

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Safer internet day

Safer Internet Day – Best Resources to encourage young people to be safe on the internet

Take a look and read about this years Safer internet day theme ‘Be the change: unite for a better internet’ and learn how you to could help spread the word!

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Impero Software Wins 2017 Bett Awards EdTech Exporter of the Year

Impero Software was named EdTech Exporter of the Year at the 19th annual Bett Awards. The prestigious ceremony, which is produced in association with the British Educational Suppliers Association (BESA) and coincides with the Bett Show, took place on January 25, 2017 in London. Hosted by comedian Jenny Eclair, the evening saw shortlisted companies come together to celebrate the best in education technology.

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January - Patch Management Blog - Image

how to save time and be efficient with a patch management plan

dreading the rough patch? Much like matching up those freshly washed socks or emptying the trash can, we all know that keeping software up-to-date can be a daunting and, if we are honest, boring task. This is why we can sympathize with IT Teams across the US when that dreaded ‘Software update’ appears on numerous…

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