November, 2014

  1. MS14-066 – Critical – Vulnerability in Schannel Could Allow Remote Code Execution (KB 2992611)

    Microsoft has published a critical update to the Schannel component in all versions of Windows. Reports are suggesting this vulnerability is on the same scale as Heartbleed and Shellshock vulnerabilities that effected open-source platforms earlier this year. This security update resolves a privately reported vulnerability in the Microsoft Secure Channel (Schannel) security package in Windows. The vulnerability…

  2. BYOD: It’s not as scary as some make it seem

    As many schools and business look to deploy a BYOD solution hoping to answer their end-device management problems, most will come across white-papers and marketing literature that attempts to convince decision makers of the challenges BYOD presents and potential business risks that are created as a result of BYOD programs. Don’t get me wrong, BYOD can create business risk…

  3. Schools that work for kids – Eric Sheninger – TEDxBurnsvilleED

    For those who work in the education sector, please check out this video. Fortunately, the school where I work has embraced much of the suggestions mentioned in this talk. I feel its important to spread the word in the hope that other schools and school leaders are inspired to make change in their own environments. If your school is not…

  4. Ken Robinson: How to escape Education’s Death Valley

    For some reason I hadn’t posted this video. I have had it sitting in my drafts for more than a year; I might have planned to write an editorial and just never got around to it. By any count Sir. Ken has to be ranked in the top 10 educators globally and who has been pushing education reform for many years. He has certainly made his mark in terms of…

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