Gazette Newspapers of Long Beach, Calif., reports on a local high school which found an inexpensive way to address its need for a wireless network and surveillance cameras. A technology committee from the Long Beach Chamber of Commerce is going to pay for the equipment in exchange for promotional opportunities at the school. Dubbed the "Cabrillo Project," this effort to bring much-needed equipment to the schools will cost the local businesses up to $10,000....
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