As technology becomes a bigger part of the UK education system, it’s interesting to consider how it will be able to improve the lives of children.
As we rely on organizations for protection, safety and stability, technology is increasingly allowing us to put trust in groups we don't even know.
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When you couple the proliferation of university networks with multiple types of devices accessing each one of those, then you’ve got a big potential for problems.