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Traditionally, not-for-profit organisations have supplied web filtering tools to the education sector at county council level.
 

However, these were not flexible enough to give IT and network managers the tools they wanted to manage their own access parameters. They certainly did not have...

16/01
2017
School web filtering – the old way vs the new way
Posted by Joe Kavanagh on 16/01 at 03:56 PM Images and graphics, Education, Web filtering,

Traditionally, not-for-profit organisations have supplied web filtering tools to the education sector at county council level.
 

However, these were not flexible enough to give IT and network managers the tools they wanted to manage their own access parameters. They certainly did not have decentralised control, which gives heads of year the ability to temporarily grant access to a website for a specific class at a set time based on teachers’ lesson plans.

 

But new web filtering solutions are now available that do offer that flexibility. View our short presentation above, which includes audio, to find out more and then watch an example modern filtering in action here.

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Joe Kavanagh on 16/01/2017

Joe is one of the most experienced members of the business development team specialising in the education sector.

He is well-versed in the needs of schools, colleges, academies and MATs, ready to share his knowledge on Wi-Fi, data networks, web filtering and telephone systems, and how they support education needs while meeting tight budgets.

Away from work, Joe is a runner, keen gardener, puppy-handler and a fount of knowledge on a wide variety of subjects to keep us all educated and entertained in the office.


Contact: joe.kavanagh@swcomms.co.uk