Back in 2021 I posted the below link, 4x Raspberry Pi’s linked together to create a wifi tester. And it worked pretty well. Thought it wasn’t perfect. I fell short of what I really wanted which was a way of… Continue Reading →
We’ve all seen the network racks showing perfectly run cables. Sites like Reddit or Twitter (#cableporn if the URL doesn’t work) use the phrase ‘Cable Porn’ to show them off, they look amazing and I wish I could have them…. Continue Reading →
Everysince the M-Powered Mac’s came out, I’ve been blown away by their performance. For the last year I have been using a M1 Pro 16″ MBP and in that time I don’t think I’ve ever heard it’s fans come on…. Continue Reading →
Many of you will remember my articles from 5 years ago where I replaced the Aerohive wireless with Ubiquiti. At the time it was one of the largest rollouts in the Southern Hemisphere and despite a rocky start it was… Continue Reading →
For those who know me, I hate paper! It bugs me that in 2022 people still want to print everything under the sun. I’ve been in meetings referencing a digital copy on my iPad or MacBook and someone has offered… Continue Reading →
In my first post in the series titled Confessions of an Apple Fanboy I spoke about support and how it is the biggest reason I keep getting Apple devices. I was going to post a small update on the bottom… Continue Reading →
I’m often asked why I like Apple devices over others, and as you can see in other posts I have tried Android and Windows devices at times though I always end back on Apple devices. And I have a couple… Continue Reading →
In 2020 while COVID was causing lockdowns and remote learning I was asked to take on a little project, it wasn’t even a project then. It was more of a “Can we do this?” A question that became a massive project. So what was that project? Could I create an approval process workflow that could handle our schools Professional Development requests?
Earlier this year the school’s maintenance department came to me with a challenge. They wanted to replace their ageing Web Helpdesk set up with one that would allow for them to not just update how they handled tickets, but improve… Continue Reading →
How do we test wireless for a classroom? The only way I have every been able to really test wireless has been to get a bunch of computers in a room and do some testing.
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