Tales from jails: How I helped network a prison

Wednesday, 19 April 2006, 3:08 AM EST

Networking promotes the communication of information, while security restricts it. Most networking professionals try hard to strike a healthy balance between the two, but what if security is tantamount and inviolate, and the needs are skewed?

There is very little written about networking prison computers. The tale you are about to read is the true account of my experience in a prison networking project.

At Computerworld.

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