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#1 bmckell


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Posted 04 March 2011 - 02:48 PM

I'm the only tech at a small school for LD students who seem to find all variations on viruses, spyware and trojans. With no other tech on site, I need all the input I can get when it comes to getting rid of their problems. We used to have McAfee which was downloaded through our firewall, but it didn't seem to do the trick - ever. I always needed another tool to get rid of any viruses on campus.

My previous history was varied, but I started as a programmer at IBM working in their unix/aix environment. I became less technical over the years - working in marketing and sales. After working in the industry, I worked for 5 years working with special ed students and now find myself blending the two career paths -- working with special needs students and their technology. ...My biggest challenge is the wide variety of viruses brought to campus.

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