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As the use of technology in the classroom continues to rise, schools need to be savvy about managing the many mobile devices on their network. Mobile Device Management (MDM) is a term used to describe the management of mobile devices on a network, such as iPads, Chromebooks, and laptops. MDM software is essentially a centralised […]

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Press Release | Tuesday, 13 November 2018 Following the RFP process, the Board of Trustees of Mount Albert Grammar School have awarded Telco Technology Services Limited (TTS) the latest contract to provide Managed Network Services. Under the agreement, TTS will continue to provide services that ensure the efficient running and development of the school’s IT […]

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Google Licencing Announcement | Exciting news for schools about the management of Chromebooks! TTS is excited to share the news that from 1 November 2018, as part of an agreement with Google and the New Zealand Ministry of Education, all state and state integrated schools across New Zealand will be able to start claiming Ministry funded Chrome Education licences […]

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There’s a lot of talk around migrating to the cloud – it can be difficult to cut through the noise. As a school, you need to consider what this decision will mean for you. What problems are you trying to solve, and what outcomes are you expecting through this transformation. Today’s learners demand constant access […]

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Google Docs has various interesting features that can immensely enhance your productivity level as a teacher and educator. Try these Google Doc hacks on the infographic below. Find more education infographics on e-Learning Infographics

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It has been proven that students are engaged by technology. The term “digital native” has been thrown around a lot over the last decade or so, to describe current learners. The term implies that our students are so comfortable with technology because it pervades all areas of their life – communication, recreation, collaboration and education. […]

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We’ve been doing cloud for longer than most… You’ve probably heard some buzz about the Ministry’s Schools Cloud Transformation Project. We’ve also seen some brochures which, well, are ‘interesting’. We’ve taken the time to read through some of the literature that’s available and let you know what our advice is. If you’re a TTS School, you’re […]

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New releases at uLearn aim to further increase student engagement and provide extra functionality for teachers Press Release | Monday 2 October 2017 TTS is set to launch updates to their digital learning platform, TTS Universal, at the uLearn educator conference in Hamilton in mid-October. These releases further support individualised learning and bring in an […]

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Summary of Response: Overall, Telco Technology Services support both the direction and content of the Digital Technologies – Hangarau Matihiko changes to the Technology learning area of the New Zealand Curriculum. TTS believes there is scope to further develop both the exemplars and content of this curriculum area. TTS believes that technology providers, academics and educators should […]

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