Friday, 1 June 2007

A Mile stone

Today is mile stone in the project.
100 Samsung q1's arrived this morning from Lanway (Samsung's supplier). The next load of 150 will be arriving in 2 weeks. So we have a lot to do.

We are now creating an image to be installed onto these and get the serial numbers recorded.
For JKK -
Samsung Q1b, Via Processor, with the full accessory park and 2 batteries. We are standardising with XP as advised by our Local Authority, Argyll & Bute



7 comments:

OllieBray said...

It must feel like Christmas!

JKK said...

Which ones? celeron, pentium, via or the new Q1U ?

AB said...

No matter which way you look at it, that's a lot of machines to set up! Good luck!

[just how envious am I? :-) ]

Steve Beard said...

I am so jealous :( We are looking at carrying out a small scale pilot of UMPCs in Shropshire so I would be keen to find out how you get on.

islayian said...

Hi Steve
thanks for your comments but I just want to make something clear to everyone who is reading the blog.
This is not a pilot. This is a chnage in the way we are working. We are evaluating the changes, as everyone should do but we are planning to reflect on this in the same way as any other change or even reflect on any thing we already do.

islayian said...

Further to my previous comment Have a look at a previous post http://islayian.blogspot.com/2006/12/when-do-changes-stop-being-pilots.html
I hope you understand I mean Steve I don't think my previous post reads very well
Ian

Kathjohn said...

Hey Ian
Just a wee word from one of your primary colleagues on Islay - we are all very excited about what is happening in the high school. We support you all and wish you the best of luck with this big step along the way - exciting times!
Kathleen