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Web service provider gains school districts

 OpenDNS today announced that more than one in three public schools in the United States are now using its service for Web content filtering, Internet security and Internet connection for students and staff.
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 OpenDNS today announced that more than one in three public schools in the United States are now using its service for Web content filtering, Internet security and Internet connection for students and staff.

To date more than 40,000 U.S. public schools have switched to OpenDNS, including some of the largest districts in the country: Baltimore City Schools, Detroit Pubic Schools and San Diego Unified School District. For many districts, the cost savings switching from a filtering appliance represents is equivalent to the full-year salary of a teacher.

OpenDNS Basic is free. A K-12 summer discount is available for OpenDNS Enterprise. For more information visit: www.opendns.com.

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