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02/14/2022
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Recovering from ransomware

Ohlone Community College District is recovering from a January ransomware attack that forced the San Francisco Bay Area school to take multiple systems offline. Phones and email were down for 10 days and the district temporarily shut down its student information system and student portal. The district is currently investigating the attack and notifying those potentially affected, including current and past students, faculty and employees. Emily Bamforth has more.


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Fellowship targets diversity in the C-suite

A new fellowship seeking to improve diversity in the highest ranks of higher education IT announced its inaugural class last week. The Next Leaders Fellowship pays for its members to go to multiple higher ed IT conferences and take a mid-year professional development experience. The goal is for fellows to form connections that will serve them throughout the rest of their careers, Bowdoin College Chief Information Officer Michael Cato told EdScoop. Emily reports.


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WATCH: Maximizing the value of data-led migrations to the cloud

Karsun’s Shaunak Ashtaputre shares the value of data-led migrations to the cloud. He explains how organizations can enrich and preserve data integrity for consistent and trustworthy analytics by taking a holistic approach when developing migration strategies — understanding current and future interoperability, integration, design, lineage and data users. Watch the full interview. 


Best practices for bridging the digital divide

Nonprofit NewDEAL Forum released a report last week describing best practices for local and state governments tackling the digital divide. The report shares case studies on how communities developed digital skills training through libraries or higher education institutions. The coronavirus pandemic prompted many government and health functions to move online, which can be a problem for adults without digital skills like basic computer commands. Ryan Johnston explains.


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