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Non-restrictive Technology in Education: The Reboot-to-restore Concept

Source: Faronics
Educational institutions represent a unique and complex learning environment from a technological standpoint. Educational instructors are faced with the conundrum of needing to be more knowledgeable about technology in order to ensure that students are appropriately educated; yet they have to continually tighten security because of the growing number of threats—both internally and externally.


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