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What your school needs to do if it suspects a data breach
Australia continues to fall behind the world in innovation and many are looking at the education sector for long-term answers. How can our schools and universities help close the gap?
AI is finally set to change some ingrained practices in the legal profession. Here are six areas where AI is impacting the legal industry right now.
As technology enters classrooms, auditoriums and libraries, it brings new risks to the education sector. All it takes is one click from a student device to potentially compromise your entire network. Faced with these various threats, does the education sector receive a ‘High Distinction’ for its efforts to protect its troves of student and staff data? Recent findings from the inaugural Canon Business Readiness Index on Security suggest not.
Schools revolve around data and information. Unfortunately this information isn't always well managed, which often means that it can be difficult or impossible to find. What are the challenges facing today's schools around timely access to a schools information?
Never before have organisations had so much data at their fingertips. The world of print is no different. With advances in technology and the rise of connected devices, your school can gain real-time data, in-depth reporting and regular insights into what and who are driving printing costs in your school. And, when you can see your costs, you can manage them.
The way we visit museums has changed, right along with the way we deliver education. What cues can teachers take for their classrooms from the evolving museum landscape? Lots, especially when it comes to STEAM education, as some Australian teacher decently discovered.
Primary school teacher Victoria Fry shares her insights on some of the best ways to drive interactivity and engagement in the classroom.
Youth walking tours are inspiring students to photographically capture moments in time and share their experiences with the world. In the process, they’re learning the art of photography and production, while growing in personal confidence.
Brett Houghton, Head of Technology and Innovation at St Ignatius’ College, Riverview, explains how Canon inspired the school to embrace the latest in digital technologies.
"Photography is a powerful skill to share with young people. It helps them to open their imagination and to see the world differently, to focus on the detail and communicate with the world in new ways." – Steve Loughran, Canon Collective
How can your company develop leadership skills that will positively impact workplace culture?