File sharing software adds time-savers

  School Web Lockers has redesigned its Web-based file sharing and storage software top make it more user-friendly.
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School Web Lockers has redesigned its Web-based file sharing and storage software top make it more user-friendly.

Now teachers can export grades for automatic entry into school grading systems, eliminating the need to for double data entry. Another new feature is the software’s “self-serve” online import process, which allows new customers to quickly add registered users to their School Web Lockers communities.

School Web Lockers is priced at $1 per user per year. For more information, visit www.schoolweblockers.com

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