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As teachers at the Palisades School District in Pennsylvania return to school this year, they're getting lessons in how to better protect computer files, reports The Intelligencer of Bucks County, Pa. "It's of the utmost importance that we monitor our [computer] security," said Palisades Technology Director Gary Adams. Adams is kicking off the school year with new technology security measures aimed at keeping students, staff, and administrators safe from online intruders. Short-term goals focus on training teachers to better protect school computer files, and later this year Palisades' technology staff will move into a custom-built facility off campus to store
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