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Apple, Android Devices Swamp NYC Schools' ActiveSync Server
12/4/2011

Longacre writes "Just a few months after the New York City Dept. of Education shelled out over $1 million on iPads for teachers, the agency has stopped accepting new users on its Microsoft switch ActiveSync server as it is 'operating near its device limits' due to an influx of iOS and Android devices. A memo from the deputy CTO warned, 'Our truck




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