Relationships key to universities' digital transformation, Educause research shows
Successful institutions incorporate elements of culture, workforce and technology into their digital transformation initiatives, Educause researchers found.
Virginia Tech to review IT, cybersecurity operations
With the help of Deloitte, the university is mapping its technology to spot inefficiencies and opportunities.
Edtech giant Blackboard to merge with Anthology
Executives of the two companies said they want to create an "edtech ecosystem" with their combined technologies.
College of Charleston's digital service hub to offer 'targeted communications'
College staff are currently updating a decade-old portal with a new platform that's set to go live within the next three weeks.
Sacred Heart U. graduate students can video chat or text with a therapist for free
The Fairfield, Connecticut, school wants to support graduate students with a flexible online solution instead of making them visit on-campus providers.
'Archaic computer system' a top priority, U. Wisconsin president says
Updating administrative systems is key to running the 26-campus system, University of Wisconsin system President Tommy Thompson told local media.
Five New Mexico colleges plan to share back-end computer systems
Administrators said the collaboration will help the colleges better support each other, improve transfer opportunities for students and simplify their cybersecurity.
U. of Maryland switches VPN service, citing 'overly complicated' offering
Administrators said a switch from Cisco to Palo Alto Networks will offer granular access to systems and services.
Driving Tech Transformation With Relief Funding
The American Rescue Plan, along with other relief funding opportunities following the pandemic, are helping modernize how the public sector uses technology.
Higher ed balances federal relief terms against institutional needs
Educators and analysts said universities are spending down technical debt while managing transparency and minding their strategic plans.