Are you a class parent who wants to send a note to all the parents in your child’s class about the upcoming “Teacher’s Gift” or “Teacher’s Appreciation Day” or simply requesting for a parent volunteer? Are you a teacher who wants to provide your students with timely reminders about a homework assignment that is due or an upcoming exam ? Are you a PTA President who needs to send weekly newsletters and emails to your PTA Members? MobileArq school directory app fulfills the wide-spread and important need for group communication within the school community. Over 20,000 parents, teachers and PTA Officers are using MobileArq to easily and effectively communicate with their school community.
Auctioning off a 2006-2007 Hale/Field school directory… #WHSassassins pic.twitter.com/gkYqJzP0so Sarah Petersen, April 23, 2014 The print school directories is a valuable tool for parents who want to connect with other parents in their school community. However, these print directories also represent a security risk since they can be readily transferred to anyone outside of the intended school community. An extreme misuse of the directory and its contents is illustrated by an example of an ongoing online auction of school directory to the highest bidder. Please show your strong disapproval of this directory auction posting. A collective request to remove this posting will prevent similar postings in the future.
All of us use devices connected to the internet every single day, whether it is to browse the web, get our financial information or connect to our children’s schools. So it is essential for us to understand the implications of the HeartBleed Bug for us as an internet user. In this article, we explain the HeartBleed bug in a layman’s language and its impact upon the regular user. When you submit any information on the internet, whether it is a keyword or phrase that you are searching on Google or a username for logging into a secure website, your query is converted into a coded message or encrypted to insure its security from an ‘eavesdropper’. The security flaw termed as the […]