It’s hard to beat Facebook Messenger for getting in touch with your Facebook friends on your Windows Phone device. Not only does the app let you quickly see who’s online for a private or group chat, it also makes it easy for you to send private messages.
The 2014 Microsoft in Education Global Forum starts Wednesday in Barcelona, with more than 1,100 educators, school leaders and government officials from nearly 100 countries attending to re-imagine and redesign the world of education for the 21st century.
With the increased role of technology and cloud services in the classroom, serious privacy-related questions about the use of student data are being raised worldwide. “Misleading, exploitative, or aggressive marketing practices simply don’t belong in the classroom,” writes Anthony Salcito, Microsoft’s vice president, worldwide education.
Posted by Anthony SalcitoVice President, Worldwide Education, Microsoft
On Wednesday in Barcelona, more than 1,100 educators, school leaders and government officials from nearly 100 countries are gathering to re-imagine and redesign the world of education for the 21st century.
As the education world’s best and brightest kick off the 2014 Microsoft in Education Global Forum, they are bringing with them a diverse range of teaching innovations and school transformation, all the result of hard work, out-of-the box thinking and a deep commitment to creating a better future for today’s students. But they’re also bringing with them a common concern: How to ensure the technology that is transforming education is also safe and secure.
Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, talks about using DSC in Windows PowerShell 4.0 to control configuration drift.