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On a basic level, schools need to make sure all computers are equipped with the latest anti-virus software and that teachers log off computers at the end of the day and make sure to keep their passwords secret when logging on in front of students or parents.
Features include additional drop down boxes for easy setup, auto log off after test completion, as well as the ability to select automatic displays of graphs, batch data or SPC charts at the end of each test.
And it's likely that after the timber companies log off the lands they get from the Forest Service they will turn around and try to trade them back for more old growth.
Mobile Desktop also, it is claimed, offers a cost-effective solution to teleworkers, as they can start labour-intensive tasks, such as month-end reporting, and log off, leaving the online work running.
choose a genderless screen name, and advice on how to handle a situation online that has become hostile, Also tips on come-ons commonly used by `on-line' predators, like "My dad comes home at 5, so I have to log off by then.
INTERNET toy firm eToys Europe today announced it would log off and cease trading later this month with the loss of 74 jobs.
A banner of Close-Up appears at least three times on MSN Messenger each time an MSN messenger user logs in during the course of chatting and during log off.