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Learning computer skills is a necessity for today’s students, but there are several problems that educational institutions must deal with in their day-to-day management of computer networks.
Malware – in the form of spyware, viruses, rootkits, Trojans, and keyloggers have become a pervasive and increasingly unmanageable problem.
Locking down your system as a defence against malware can place severe restrictions on a learning environment.
What if there was a better way? The non-restrictive reboot-to-restore concept gives you a uniform environment in which to instruct and students are guaranteed an unrestricted, available, and perfectly functioning machine; and IT staff does not need to spend valuable time rebuilding or re-imaging machines.
Join us and find out how you can overcome the challenges that are facing IT adminstrators in Education. The webinar will show you:
- the importance of computer literacy in education
- the challenges and threats impacting the ability to deliver this requirement
- methods to meet and respond to these challenges
- how to overcome the three main problem areas facing a typical education computing environment: security, malicious users & innocent clickers, IT resource management