So I was looking for a solution to map several network shares at my home on a couple of MacBooks upon logging in. The usual “Login Items” method would work, but would cause the Finder window to open every time the system would login. This is extremely inconvenient as the logged in user then has … Continue reading “MacOS AppleScript to Map Network Drives at Login”
https://pinecast.com/listen/572dff68-8c25-4436-9d05-edcaa75ba2f0.mp3Brian Seymour (@seymoureducate) is the Directory of Instructional Technology for the Pickerington Local School District (PLSD) in Pickerington, OH. PLSD is the largest district in the state of Ohio to have a 1:1 initiative providing a device for every student. On this episodes of the show, we discuss the program, preparation, and an upcoming Google … Continue reading “1:1 in Pickerington Local Schools w/Brian Seymour”
https://pinecast.com/listen/43789e91-433a-4bd5-a9d5-ab1c98a8cd01.mp3No guest needed today. I look at a few different topics and things on my mind. First is a look at Microsoft Teams and the role it can play in a classroom. Second I’ll be talking about the case of the missing iPads in Kanawha County, WV (WSAZ News story – http://tinyurl.com/KCiPads). I’m going to … Continue reading “No Guest Needed! Various Topics, News, and Podcasts”
This article from iFixIt outlines the repairability of the home button on Apple’s iPhone 7 and 7 Plus. Not a good move, in my opinion, by Apple on this, but I understand it from a security perspective.
On April 4 & 5, 2017, the West Virginia Department of Education (WVDE) hosted the Spring Network Designs and TSS Workshop at the High Technology Foundation in Fairmont, WV. The agenda for the event covered some great topics from Blended Learning, Office 365, wireless network innovations, URCast, Azure & Windows Security, Meraki, Apple, and ethics … Continue reading “WVDE Spring Network Designs and TSS Workshop – Fairmont, WV – April 4 &5, 2017”