April 5, 2022
Tech created for students by graduates – the latest with Mixiply
The newest Mixiply release is backed by years of innovative thinking with the help of Theta’s graduates and interns. It’s tech, created for students, by Graduates – many of the Mixiply team behind the scenes started out small and have now left their mark on the ongoing improvements and developments of the platform. We’re proud to release Mixiply’s new collaborative features- curated upon feedback from the young creative minds of Minidevs at Newlands Intermediate School in Wellington. They inspire us as we hope to inspire them in their tech journey.
December 21, 2021
Heads Up! 3 reasons why you need to review your Microsoft 365 and Dynamics 365 licensing right now
In March 2022, the rules around consuming Microsoft license subscriptions are changing with the introduction of the New Commerce Experience (NCE). These changes will have a dramatic impact on the way your business buys access to Microsoft subscriptions.
September 22, 2021
Automated testing: 5 tips to get it right
Whether it's your app, website or customer-facing platform, keeping up with the latest and greatest features and functionality in a competitive market has become relentless. How do you meet this increasing consumer demand for better digital experiences?
May 25, 2021
7 benefits to Mixiply's user-centred design and how it's transforming the platform
A renewed focus on what teachers and kids really need to support their modern learning has resulted in a fresh digital portfolio platform. Mixiply now allows kids to showcase any kind of digital project, collaborating with peers and sharing with teachers.
October 12, 2020
Time is ticking: Make a stress-free transition from SharePoint 2010 workflows to Power Automate
From the 1 November 2020, SharePoint 2010 workflows for SharePoint Online customers will be retired for existing tenants (they were previously retired for new tenants from 1 August 2020) – here’s the official Microsoft announcement.
July 31, 2020
Tech-savvy kids take on Mixiply
Jim Taylor has just finished co-presenting at the STEM education summit and Serious Play Conference with Marianne Malmstron, Digital Technologies teacher at Newlands Intermediate School. For the past three years, he’s been using his incredible knowledge to help kids around the 11-13 age group learn about technology; in particular, Mixed Reality. This learning has been taking place through an app called Mixiply.