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  • Richard French (Director of Educational Policy) visited ESSA Academy in Bolton to see how they have embraced digital skills with their recent move to provide every student and member of staff with a tablet device while removing traditional learning materials from the Academy.
  • EdMix.com is running a ‘Startup Pavilion’ and calling for entries for its technology pitching competition: ‘PitchFest’.
  • Cranfield Defence Security (CDS), one of the four schools of Cranfield University located in Shrivenham, Oxfordshire is running a research student program on the topic of ‘establishing the potential forensic artefacts recoverable from a Raspberry Pi device.’
  • The pressure on you to secure your company’s and client’s data has never been greater and all indications are that hacker attacks will continue to increase. The only way to address this growing risk is to take control and stay abreast of the latest trends and technologies.
  • Cloud Expo Europe will be 2013’s interpretative cloud computing event.
  • BCS listens to member feedback and is reducing the number of email newsletters to one a week from December 2012.
  • The 2013 CAS/CADE Conference will be on 8 - 10 April at the Watershed, Bristol. In preparation for the conference the organisers are requesting proposals for papers.
  • BCS’s computer arts columnist Catherine Mason appeared on Front Row, BBC Radio 4’s arts programme. She spoke about computer arts and the work of Manfred Mohr and Ernest Edmonds, which came about partly due to her article on the BCS website in November.
  • This year's London Gartner Data Center Summit runs on 27 and 28 November. The event is designed to deliver a wealth of unbiased analysis and is the place to take the measure of today’s hottest infrastructure and operations (I&O) trends and technologies while validating your planning and direction.
  • Each year, The Smallpeice Trust fills over 200 supervisory positions on their residential courses for young people (Y10/11/12).