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Schools need servers, not PCs

Schools need servers, not PCs
2/21/2001 11:29 PM EST
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normandaris   6/20/2014 4:16:17 PM
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The students from the high-school where my son studied were encouraged by the teachers to purchase handhelds and take them at school, they had a very interesting curriculum and all the students liked the idea. After graduation my son started searching for programs for project management certificate and he found the best program that allows to rapidly mature the leadership skills and project management of the students, he got so used with his handheld that he cannot imagine not taking it with him at the boot camps.

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