"hardware"

Montana State's flexible research network is improving security and reducing costs

by Betsy Foresman • 6 days ago

Administrators say a new intent-based network securely and efficiently meets needs across the entire campus.

Augmented, virtual reality major opens at Shenandoah U. next fall

by Betsy Foresman • 2 weeks ago

The new program is less about coding, organizers say, and more about "designing the human experience."

Digital literacy the aim of Charlotte schools' 'Civic Tech Experience'

by Ryan Johnston • 2 weeks ago

With $1 million from the Knight Foundation, the county intends to lose its status as one of the worst places in the U.S. for economic mobility.

Cryptocurrency mining continues on university campuses

by Corinne Lestch • 3 weeks ago

University of Michigan CIO Ravi Pendse says the illegal activity can disrupt computer systems and amounts to theft of university resources.

​Five steps to rolling out a successful classroom device program

by Jessica Menasian • 2 months ago

Commentary: Lenovo Software's Jessica Menasian highlights considerations around budget, digital citizenship and teacher needs.

The rising benefits of all-flash storage in higher ed

by EdScoop Staff • 2 months ago

Sponsored Content: Institutions are taking advantage of all-flash solutions as a key part of their infrastructure modernization efforts.

​Augusta University announces unique 'cybersecurity engineering' degree

by Colin Wood • 2 months ago

The Georgia university says it's the first higher education institution in the country to offer a cybersecurity specialization focused on hardware.

South Carolina launches its first free statewide coding platform

by Ryan Johnston • 3 months ago

The project, SC Codes, will offer beginner-to-advanced curriculum in coding for K-12 students and professionals considering a career change.

'Hacking For Defense' course to be taught in 20 universities this year

by Ryan Johnston • 3 months ago

The course will challenge graduate students to come up with solutions to common military and intelligence problems.

As tech giants focus on accessibility tools, the equation changes for education

by Patience Wait • 3 months ago

Costs and ease of use improve as Microsoft and other companies expand features and promote them.

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