An Apple for teacher
Instant-on technology, reliability and security are the big three factors that can sway educators towards Apple devices
Devices that don’t need time to start up, software that’s reliable and an ecosystem that is significantly less prone to viruses and virtual attacks. Those are the three factors attracting Irish schools towards Apple’s iPad platform, with the Mac following closely behind for third-level students.
According to Compu b’s education business manager Aoife Leap, choosing to go with Apple is usually a pragmatic decision for schools that want to...
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