Indonesian Schools Get Wired

The government hopes to close the IT gap by first of all making sure schools and students are plugged into the digital information economy

Departemen Pendidikan Nasional Republik Indonesia (DIKNAS) completed the first phase of a nationwide virtual private network (VPN) implementation in late 2006, "which is on track to eventually connect thousands of schools", said Bondan Sapto Prakoso, DIKNAS' technical team leader, in a statement.

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