What schools can do to secure students' data

02/25/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Education

As schools adopt new technology, they also must work to protect student data and privacy, writes Cameron Evans, national and chief technology officer of U.S. Education at Microsoft. In this blog post, Evans suggests, among other things, that schools help beef up security by understanding the law on student data, choosing trustworthy vendors and understanding how they will use students' data.

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