Single-sign-on benefits for schools, part 2: teachers

Single-sign-on benefits for schools part 2: teachers×This is the second in a three part series looking at the benefits of single-sign-on (SSO) for different user groups in schools and colleges. In the the first post we looked at SSO benefits for students, and we will explore the benefits for administrators in the final post. Part 2: Single-sign-on benefits for teachers ... Read More

Single-sign-on benefits for schools, part 1: students

Single-sign-on benefits for schools part 1: students×This is the first in a three part series looking at the benefits of single-sign-on (SSO) for different user groups in schools and colleges. In following posts we will explore the benefits for teachers and administrators.Background Most software for schools is designed to solve a specific problem for a specific user group. Take our ... Read More

‘TRUE’ single-sign-on: a definition

‘TRUE’ single-sign-on: a definition We recently wrote about the major upgrade released for Magellan. In that post we described our latest single-sign-on (SSO) solution for schools and colleges as ‘true’ single-sign-on – but what did we mean by this? Well, there’s no shortage of SSO products out there for schools and colleges looking to make technology more usable for their ... Read More

Major upgrade to Magellan released

Major upgrade to Magellan released Today we can announce some major upgrades to Magellan – the universal education portal from CSE. Magellan users need only sign-in once to access all their apps, resources and files SINGLE-SIGN-ON The single-sign-on (SSO) capabilities of Magellan have been significantly enhanced, making it the most comprehensive single-sign-on solution designed for schools and colleges. In-fact, we ... Read More

Q&A: compliance with the government’s ‘Keeping children safe in education’ guidance for online safety

Q&A: compliance with the government’s ‘Keeping children safe in education’ guidance for online safety Part of the new ‘Keeping children safe in education’ guidance includes a paragraph on online safety. Whilst this is vague in its guidance: “governing bodies and proprietors should ensure appropriate filters and appropriate monitoring systems are in place”1 the document introduces a new annex2 which gives ... Read More

Seven considerations for schools upgrading their wireless network

Seven considerations for schools upgrading their wireless networkWireless networks are the lifeblood connecting technology with users in schools. Ensuring you have a reliable, fast network in place is a key responsibility of IT departments. When upgrading it’s important to take the time to make sure you get it right, not only for the school’s needs now, but also into the ... Read More

10 questions to ask before you implement BYOD in your school

10 questions to ask before you implement BYOD in your schoolIf your looking to implement BYOD in your school, college or university there are a number of important questions to ask before you go live. Watch this short video to learn more... VIDEO TRANSCIPT 10 questions to ask before you implement BYOD in your school: Infrastructure and wireless network 1. ... Read More

Network Manager’s guide to
single-sign-on

Network Manager’s guide to single-sign-onCSE's Magellan is an advanced single-sign-on software solution for schools, colleges and universities. Since the launch of Magellan, we’ve found that single-sign-on is a real hot topic with our customers, so we have put together a short guide to bring you up to speed. Identity Management and single-sign-on are set to be a priority in the ... Read More

The Internet of Things for Education: A Brief Guide

The Internet of Things for Education: A Brief GuideWe’ve been reading a lot about the Internet of Things (IoT) lately and although it’s a not a brand new concept, it’s destined to hit the mainstream in a big way over the next few years. Read on for our brief guide to the concept, and what it might mean for those ... Read More