Bring your own tech to school…and become a hacker!
By staff and wire services reports
March 25th, 2013
Synching, optimizing, and personalizing is known as configuration management and it's a thriving technology business, says a writer for the Huffington Post. Tools like Puppet enable professional system administrators to automate the setup of server farms and user's computers. Tools likes Apple's Migration Assistant, Google Chrome Sign In, and Dropbox bring configuration management to ordinary mortals. Last week the New York Times published a great story on the issues around kids using their own tech gear in school. It's a great idea to help with ever shrinking public school budgets but some...
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