Out of School 180: Apple School Manager Hands On

This week on Out of School Bradley and I discuss the Apple education events that have been held in various areas to promote the new education features in iOS 9.3. Bradley held one such event in his school recently.

We, of course, continue to track the varying responses from Apple staff on whether Managed Apple IDs will get more free iCloud storage. At this point, I feel like anything less than unlimited iCloud for students will be seen as maddeningly parsimonious on Apple's part. We live in a world where companies are lining up to throw free cloud storage at schools - it's one reason why we love Google Apps at Cedars - and for Apple to cheap out on this would, in my opinion, be a mistake.

Bradley also got his first live demo of Apple Classroom and I report on some experiences having used it in school for the past few weeks.

iOS 9.3 Events

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Canvas 10 - Third Party Email

This week on Canvas, our podcast about iOS productivity, Federico and I (particularly Federico) drop serious knowledge on 3rd party iOS mail clients.

What are they good for? Where do they have hard limitations? Which ones are the best? Federico makes his picks and explains how these clients can hook into other parts of your workflow to really enhance your mail processing on iOS.

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Out of School 179: Online Application and Enrolment

This week on Out of School Bradley and I discuss Bradley's project to implement online re-enrolment at his school using Renweb's Online Application and Online Enrolment modules.

Online Re-Enrolment

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Out of School: Deploy 2016 Wrap Up

This week on Out of School Bradley and I finish our series on deploying iOS by discussing what success looks like. One of the things we hope we have helped make more successful is the technics, side of your deployments, but the work doesn't stop there.

Culture change is the real goal and it's the painstaking work of years.

What Does Success Look Like?

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