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Number of Windows PCs infected with NSA backdoor DoublePulsar continues to rise

The number of Windows computers infected with NSA backdoor malware is continuing to rise since the Shadow Brokers leaked the hacking tools on April 14.
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Number of Windows PCs infected with NSA backdoor DoublePulsar continues to rise

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Mobile, security tools among education tech favorites
« Reply #1 on: April 18, 2017, 08:16:24 PM »
Mobile, security tools among education tech favorites
18 April 2017, 6:18 pm



In the school district of La Crosse, Vicki Lyons depends on mobile device management software from Jamf to manage the Wisconsin district’s fleet of iPads and MacBook Air devices. The Apple device management platform plays a key role in the district’s efforts to provide equitable access to technology to all of its students.

“We use Jamf Pro as our device management solution for our 1:1 iPad program district-wide. As a result, we are driving student success with iPads and meeting their individual needs via personalized learning — something we weren’t able to previously do,” says Lyons, technology service director for the School District of La Crosse.

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