internet safety: chat abbreviations in the US you need to know
Slang words and abbreviations are ever-changing; being aware of the endless lists of terms proves impossible, which makes internet safety in schools particularly difficult.
five positives to remote monitoring of BYOD devices in classrooms
Most of us remember a far off time when computers, books, and telephones were three separate items; the third of which had no place in a classroom. Then in stepped smartphones and tablets. Let’s face it – not only have smartphones become commonplace in schools for teachers, students and staff, handheld digital devices are now
internet safety software: why you should be aware of cyberbullying
As a parent or teacher, how many times have you peered over your child or student’s shoulder to peek at what they’re typing? Does it all just look like a jumble of letters - does it look like nonsense to you?
hard truth to swallow
Jon Valentine, CEO of Impero Software, explains why tablet computers could be harming kids’ employment prospects The tablet computer has revolutionized personal computing and the way in which we consume media in our leisure time. Its impact is also being felt in the workplace, as adoption of bring-your-own-device (BYOD) policies and flexible working schemes increases,
spelling out network management software
Did you know that the earliest record of the word dates back to 1560 in the Geneva bible, and that it was spelt with an ‘e’ on the end?
debt and equity package sees Impero close MBO
An investment firm has chosen to invest in Impero to help accelerate our expansion into the US market. The support from Connection Capital has helped our original founder to become the majority shareholder of Impero and will serve to propel us into the US market.