|In This Issue: Focus on Security
|November 4, 2009
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Safety online remains a top priority for K-12 technology chiefs. That's why filtering stays on the must-do list, says Fairfax County Public Schools CIO Maribeth Luftglass.
Learn tips for using Group Policy settings if you wish to block users from installing USB drives; or, if you allow the drives, how to encrypt the data using Windows 7's BitLocker to Go.
Our EdTech reviewer looks at how well the SonicWall NSA E5500 unified threat management device stymies security threats. The scalable appliance can handle 500 client VPN sessions.
Discover why all-in-one appliances that offer firewall, VPN and antivirus appeal to schools seeking to streamline security operations, such as Fauquier County Public Schools and Belton School District #124.
Kaplan Virtual Education creates e-learning environments that aim to ready middle- and high-schoolers for a 21st-century workplace, says KVE's Laura Malcolm.
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