FREEBEE FRIDAY: Cleaning Up a School’s PC Act
The next version of Norton 360 is in the works, and any school or district IT administrator worth his or her pencils ought to try the beta out. It’s free, runs on Windows 7, includes all the suite’s features and will work until slightly after the commercial product comes out. On top of the latest anti-virus protection and optimization that includes the ability to start some programs (like Media Player) after the system has booted up. My favorite is the Web Restore section which lets users back-up their work by saving key files online and restore them in the event of a digital emergency. The beta includes the use of up to 2GB of Web storage space Give it a try to see how well it fits into your technology plan and infrastructure.