- Office 365 Accounts
- G Suite for Education Accounts
- Active Directory Accounts
- Granular Office 365 Licences
- Disable Accounts for Leavers
“Ruler Connect” is now part of the “Locker” portfolio of education based applications. The previous Ruler team are also now part of Locker, an associated company and will continue to support and develop Locker Connect in the same way. It is business as usual, but please contact us if you require any further information at this stage”.
Email distribution lists
- Year groups
- Office 365 Groups
Push to Office 365 and Google Calendars
- Student timetables
- Staff timetables
- School diaries
- School Data Sync “SDS”
- Class structures
- Populate and manage
Simple and Practical Interface
- Installed on your network
- No access outside the network
- Easily see the status of each module
- Regular updates provided free
Sync with Outlook and Google Calendars
What our customers say
“By listening to what schools actually want, modules have been created which do exactly what they need to do. This gives me the confidence that their professionalism and knowledge of the education sector will allow them to continue to develop their product range to support our school in new and innovative ways”.
“Connect is an invaluable extraction tool for creating users and class groups from SIMS and integrating them into Office 365. It also populates users’ timetables and displays the School calendar from SIMS. The support team are also very helpful and are quick to help you. Highly recommended”.
“Connect has been an affordable and effective solution to an unmanageable task. It has been a huge step forward enabling students and teachers to work together in exciting new ways. The team have been prompt and efficient – excellent customer service!”
“Connect has simplified the process of creating our students credentials using data from their SIM’s information into our Active Directory. The support has always been excellent, offering remote support and guidance to ensure the system is working at its optimum”.