Google IT Admin Summit

Google IT Admin Summit

Friday 22nd July 2022

Join Google for Education and the ANME for a free in-person day of hands-on technical learning for network administrators and other IT professionals in education across the UK & Ireland.

When: Friday 22nd July 2022, 0930-1730

Where: Google Academy London, 123 Buckingham Palace Road, London, SW1W 9SH

Register: https://rsvp.withgoogle.com/events/gfe-it-admin-summit 

More about Google for Education

Google for Education gives teachers the freedom to spend more time personalising the learning experience, and less time managing it. Students can learn 21st-century problem-solving and the skills they’ll use in their future careers, with accessibility features that help every student do their best work.

Google for Education products are easy to deploy, use and manage. With a few clicks, IT administrators can set up new devices and manage policies across an entire school or district. Automated, cloud-based management streamlines processes and ensures that all users stay up to date.

Google Workspace and Classroom are available free of cost for schools, and shareable Chromebooks extend the benefits of technology easily and affordably to more students – with 24/7 support and multiple layers of security to keep students and data safe.

Visit the Google for Education website to find out more.

Agenda
0915-1000 Arrivals & Breakfast
1000-1030 Welcome and Opening Presentation
1030-1130 Breakout 1:
Option 1 Workspace Admin Console Overview
Option 2 Hands On with the Security Investigation Tool
Option 3 Chromebook Management Overview
1130-1145 Break
1145-1245 Breakout 2:
Option 1 Workspace and Microsoft 365 Interoperability
Option 2 Chromebook Deployment Best Practices
Option 3 Command Line Google Workspace Management with GAM
1245-1345 Lunch
1345-1400 Group Session
1400-1500 Breakout 3:
Option 1 Using Data Loss Prevention and Context Aware Access to Keep Data Secure
Option 2 Deploying Chromebooks in a Microsoft 365 Environment
Option 3 Workspace Storage Overview and Management Best Practices
1500-1515 Break
1515-1615 Breakout 4:
Option 1 How to go 'Full ChomeOS'
Option 2 Planning and Delivering Workspace Migration Projects
Option 3 Managing Apps on Chrome - PWA, Android and Linux
1615-1630 Closing Presentation
1630-1730 Networking, Drinks and Snacks

The breakout sessions are subject to change - but will cater for existing Google Workspace users as well as for MS/Office 365 users highlighting the benefits of using both.


Testimonials from Members & Partners

  • “Fantastic event, with interesting content and very well organised.”

    Alain Squiteri, Sales Director - InVentry

  • I thought the day was excellent. It was really good to have the companies there and invaluable for meeting and speaking with new contacts. I really hope this carries on as it was desperately needed in our field.

    Janet Cannell, Member

  • We’re really proud to be ANME’s platinum sponsor. It’s such a great platform for school network managers to get together and share ideas, plus it provides us the opportunity to speak directly to schools using our solutions and get their feedback and input into new features. Every event is always different, with fantastic speakers providing real insight and ideas on all things edtech.

    Al Kingsley, Group Managing Director, NetSupport Limited

  • ANME meetings provide valuable networking - being able to talk to other professionals doing the same role and understanding their approach and their context. This is a great way to challenge what you are doing in your own setting.

    Neil Limbrick, ANME Ambassador

  • A fantastic online resource of like-minded professionals that you can use to bounce ideas off, chat things through, get advice from. Invaluable.

    Ric Turner, Balshaws Church of England High School

  • The ANME is a priceless resource for anyone working in an IT support role in the education sector. The online forum is lively and informative and the regular meetings provide insight into new products and valuable networking opportunities with peers from other establishments. I've lost count of the number of valuable conversations and helpful tips that I've had since becoming a member. If you've not been to a meeting before then try to attend the next one in your area, you won't be disappointed.

    Dave Leonard, ANME Ambassador and ICT Manager at Matthew Moss High School

  • The ANME has been a great resource when you're a lone IT manager, now you have friends going through the same obstacles as you, with plenty of advice and guidance.

    Michael Frost, ANME Member & IT Network Manager at Parkwood Hall Co-operative Academy

  • Being part of the ANME is like being part of a large corporate IT department, there's always someone you can ask for advice

    Paul Gillon, ANME Member & Network Manager at West Hill School, Stalybridge

  • ANME is like having a team of IT experts at my fingertips. It helps me keep up to date with the latest trends in IT education.
    Rick and the ANME members have always helped when I've needed extra guidance to make great IT decisions

    Clifford Fernandes, ANME Member & IT Manager at Claremont High School

  • I attended my first ANME regional meeting recently which was great. It was Informative, relevant and useful! Unlike some meetings I attend where you get one or two useful nuggets of information, but other bits have been added to the agenda as fillers. Glad to be a member of this group of like-minded individuals.

    Adam Hall, ANME Member & IT Operations Manager at Four Oaks Learning Trust