Microsoft will release another version of Windows 10 in late May. This new model of Windows as a service, means Microsoft will be pushing out changes to the operating system twice a year. These changes will allow for improved operating system security and ultimately offer more security choices to schools and businesses. The release of…
Morph ICT are pleased to announce we will have our first ever stand at The Southern Education Show so why not pop down and pay us a visit at Stand 37! Join us for a chat and find out what the team at Morph ICT with our partners can do for your school.
The 14th of January is fast approaching meaning Windows 7 is end of life. Now is the perfect time to move over to Windows 10. Contact us today to book a health check and together we can come up with a plan that will ensure your school is protected. Why upgrade: 1. It’s the last…
A quick update: Microsoft Edge Chromium should be available for everyone on the 15th of Jan 2020 – It even has a new logo… what do you think?
One thing schools have in common is printing. Most if not all schools depend on printing on a daily basis this is part of everyday life. Unfortunately the cost and waste with printing is also common. How can we help reduce the impact on the environment and help keep spending down? Morph ICT recommend a…
Looking for something to do while we wait for the Santa Tracker to go live? Pop over to Googles Santa’s Village. A great way to get practicing coding, languages, keyboard skills and an Elft Maker!
Most classes have a laptop or desktop computer connected to either a large display or projector. Sometimes the settings might change and you need to check them or set them back. Its quick and simple.
Today we can announce Morph ICT has gained the Microsoft Authorized Education Partner certification.
When ICT goes a little bit wrong or something just doesn’t seem right you don’t want to be spending too much time loading emails or calling. Our simple steps will help you log a ticket with us asap.
A simple question but one you get asked more often than not.