Your data is your data: how Academic Software keeps your data safe
Keeping safe the personal data of young people in education is a big concern for schools, colleges and universities. How do you provide individualised access to digital tools for learning and teaching but still give the highest priority to safeguarding the individual, personal data of users?
Efficiency gains in education ICT
We interviewed Academic Software’s co-founder, Pieter Barremaecker to talk about how Academic Software helps bring about efficiency gains.
How Academic Software answers today’s challenges in education ICT
Providing a simple-to-use and cost effective way of offering digital resources at your school, university or college isn’t easy when you’re managing the licensing and deployment for the numerous – sometimes thousands – of devices your students, staff and researchers are working with.
Academic Software is big news in Spain
Last week Academic Software featured in the newspaper La Vanguardia, the largest newspaper in Catalonia, and one of the largest in the whole of Spain.
Academic Software signs Digital Inclusion Charter
The Digital Inclusion Charter is a new, bold and innovative step towards the digital inclusion agenda, and Academic Software is definitely on board!
Towards hybrid education
A survey of the 35 OECD member countries in 2015 showed that schools that made extensive use of computers in the classroom performed substantially worse.
Transformation and digital evolution of universities: challenges and opportunities
Many sectors and organisations are noticing that the digital society is generating extraordinarily disruptive and ever accelerating innovations. Generally speaking, the more traditional sectors are responding to this situation by trying to digitise their business.
Finding better solutions: meet Andreas, solutions architect
Every month we will introduce you to a colleague. This month's star is Andreas Van Assche. He joined Academic Software in October 2014 and is now a Solutions Architect for Academic Software.
(Cyber)security is everyone's business
It hardly seems necessary to mention the risks we run when using digital devices, but it never hurts to add more detail. Having permanent access to the information, knowledge and people we need in our daily lives comes at a cost.