"Linux has a lot to offer cash-strapped education departments.
It's free, for one thing. It is naturally secure with distinctly
non-privileged accounts and it is easily centrally administered.
However, the experiences by schools that have gone this route are a
mixed bag. Let us investigate some and see what lessons there
"Previously on ITWire my colleague Sam Varghese presented the
remarkable tale of Strathcona Baptist Girls Grammar School. This
school successfully implemented a large-scale Linux deployment
across 350 workstations..."
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