Mountview, Lakeside and Middleborough schools were replete with advanced technology. Many students in Mountview, Lakeside and Middleborough seemed to be looking for consistency in their technology-based dealings with school. The most significant bearing of technology related to what constitutes the paperwork rather than pedagogy of being a teacher. The chapter finds the materiality of the schools to be bumping-up against digital technology in a number of ways. It is understandable that digital technology in these schools was often seen more in terms of institutional governance than inspirational leadership. Logos for all of the IT industry giants were secreted around the school, and local and national technology vendors regularly profited from six figure contracts to supply and renew hardware and software. The most significant changes brought about by the ongoing implementation of digital technology were perhaps more insidious than the increased presence of touch-screens, portable devices and cloud storage.