Azure for Students is a great offer from Microsoft, and requires no input from the University for students to setup. However, there’s a few
steps you might want to consider if you’re an Azure administrator in Higher Education.
A few years ago the IT department I work for set about revolutionising it’s software delivery methods using application virtualisation. As a University we were faced with the challenge of providing all applications to the staff and students on any PC- fighting the situation where “Package A is only …
There’s been a lot of coverage in the press about teaching with Minecraft- Microsoft even releasing an Educational version. So when the kids were set a homework project about “Super Structures” this got me thinking- let’s give Minecraft a go to supplement the project work set by the teacher.
There are around 17,000 IT Professionals working in the UK Higher Education industry supporting world-leading, cutting edge research and the development of the next generation of minds. They are also stewards of the (slightly less glamorous) systems for HR, payroll, email, printing and so on.