Getting ‘eContent’ onto supervised iPads

Managing a large number of iPads can be frustrating, getting content onto them even more so. If you want to manage the applications available on the iPads, Apple Configurator is your man, if you want to manage the content on them you need to find another way to do it. I was asked to load […]

Apple Configurator 1.4, iOS 7 and Eduroam

Today I sat down to configure a set of Apple iPads to connect to our institutional Wi-Fi network, we use eduroam based around a WPA2 setup. For anyone who has already used Apple Configurator you’ll know it’s pretty straight forward. Enter a few network details, give it a certificate if needed, save and refresh your […]

Dropbox

I remember being at college and having to carry a plastic box full of 3.5″ floppy disks around with me. Every so often fluff from the deepest, darkest corners of the earth would infiltrate the shutter and… Abort, Retry, Fail? Shit, all my (hard) work consumed. A few years pass and USB flash drives arrive […]

Living with Android

I’ve been a Nokia user for ten years, I’ve had an 8210, a 6210, a 6100, a 6310i, a 6600, a 6630, an N80, an N95 and an N96. I liked Nokia OS and Symbian OS which I watched evolve over the years of upgrading and swapping between devices but recently Nokia just haven’t been […]