From the IT Department Mr Jason Wakefield
In today’s society, it is important now more than ever to keep up-to-date with technology advances especially if they can assist us in our everyday lives. It’s also important to understand that there are evolving security risks associated when connecting devices to the wide Internet space. I felt it was time we not only revealed the man behind the keyboard but opened your mind to our considerably-sized Information & Communication Technology (ICT) world!
increasing amount of time online on many devices such as mobile phones, computers and gaming consoles. Enter Circle with Disney in association with our partners @ Cyberhound. I have personally tested this little device in my own home network. It is unbelievably easy to setup and doesn’t even have to be plugged into a network cable or sit inbetween your router and the Internet. And managing all the devices on my network from my mobile device was, again, very simple. I highly recommend this device. It is well worth the small price tag.
Hopefully through our articles you can gain more of an understanding of the ever-changing ICT landscape, learn neat tricks and shortcuts to use on your devices, useful hardware and software for home use, Trend Micro anti-virus reports, any ICT-related activity here @ St George’s and much more.
Have you ever asked yourself, “How can I protect my child while they are on the Internet but also helping them grow into responsible digital citizens?”
Please visit https://cybersafehouse.com/ for more information on its many features and how to purchase. For your family’s mobile devices outside of your home network, across all networks, please also see Circle GO https://cybersafehouse.com/circle-go/
Well, probably not exactly that but I’m here to ease your frustration. It’s not hard to notice that our youth are spending an
St George’s Anglican Grammar School Newsletter
Friday 10 May 2019 - welcome to Edition 6 of the SGAGS School newsletter for 2019. We hope you enjoy reading.