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A state audit has revealed that the Hernando County, Fla., School District's information technology network needs beefier security protocols, reports the Hernando Today. The computer privileges of fired workers must be revoked in a timelier manner, and the district must create a more detailed log of cell-phone use: These are among the findings of the state's annual operational audit of the Hernando County School District for the 2007-08 fiscal year that ended in June. The Florida Auditor General's office completed the review and outlined 10 areas of concern that need improvement. The district has already addressed some of the issues
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