|In This Issue: Focus on Client Security||August 3, 2010
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Technology competitions such as the San Diego Mayor's Cyber Cup foster middle and high school students' interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics – and the many ways in which that knowledge can pay off in the real world.
Yes, IP surveillance cameras can help you keep track of gear and ID thieves when items “walk.” But there are challenges in managing this new data source. Get tips from schools such as Fort Osage School District that have rolled out these systems successfully.
This gateway-to-endpoint security solution delivers multilayered and multithreat protection. Reduced cost of ownership and centralized administration make Enterprise Security Suite an attractive option for budget-constrained organizations of all sizes.
It's common when thinking about virtualization technology to focus on the server side. But moving forward, the client side will take on a greater role in deploying new operating systems, maintaining those systems, and ensuring their stable and secure use.
Video: The "Tweet-cher" Culture
Teachers find social media tools, such as Twitter, offer a quick way to share information and build personal learning networks.
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