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  1. Tre Lawrence's Avatar
    I'm not sure about others but why anyone would just jump on an anonymous wifi hotspot is beyond me. I realize we all don't have unlimited data (one reason I won't change my plan so I don't lose this) but to just jump on any open wifi spot is asking for trouble.

    I think the problem is that not all people are as wise as you and they do not realise they have jumped onto a hot spot, it can and does happen without knowledge.

    You also mention your students, I'm sure you could "USB" them (word docs, not students) into the school system for printing, at least you know they have them. I think the point I'm trying to make here is that the "system" is only as strong as the weakest link, that could be a student with your contact details.
    I work in heath in the UK, we preferr centalised on site record keeping, if there isn't an issue why would we do that.

    I like cloud computing, but it is only as secure as I make it for myself.
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