Chromebook Management and Wifi Networks: Devices vs. Users


I’ve recently had some experience adding 30 or so Chromebooks to a school network, complete with device management licenses, and so far I am, overall, impressed. One thing that is actually pretty cool because you can actually set available and auto-connected wifi networks for managed Chromebooks based on what organization or suborganization they belong to. […]

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When do You Have to Buy Office?


One tool that no computer should be without is the one we typically call an “Office suite” – a collection of programs to manipulate words, numbers, and data so that we can present that information to other people. Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, Powerpoint, and Outlook are the gold standard for this. For years, companies spent […]

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Virtualbox


I recently stumbled across a new (to me) option for virtual machines called Virtualbox, provided for free by Oracle. Like VMWare and Parallels, Virtualbox allows you to create a virtual computer that runs inside it’s own window on your desktop. You can install Windows, Linux, etc., on these virtual machines, and even have multiple virtual […]

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