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10/11/2021
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Don't upgrade to Windows 11 yet, universities say

Some university IT departments are urging students not to update their operating system to Windows 11 yet, warning that it could knock out some crucial security software, like virtual private network services. Case Western Reserve University, the University of Pittsburgh, Western Kentucky University, and the University of Wisconsin-Madison all publicly advised against updating to Windows 11, which launched last week, in some cases because their technology divisions had not finished testing compatibility with software used for cybersecurity, data storage and other essential functions. Emily Bamforth has the story.


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U. of Arizona ties president's contract to IT goals

University of Arizona President Robert Robbins is set to earn an additional $50,000 if he completes one-year and long-term performance goals associated with information technology, per a contract approved by the state’s board of regents. Robbins will look to reduce college and department overhead costs by about $10 million through “appropriate” centralization in multiple university service areas, including IT, within the next year to earn $25,000, according to the contract. To earn another $25,000, he would need to update the university’s IT security operations, including revising the strategic plan and a system for evaluating security practices by 2024. Emily has it.


Higher ed policy database now a resource for institutions

A higher education policy database with information from almost 1,000 colleges and universities, launched last week, is the result of more than three years of work between the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers and the software company CollegeSource. The database includes information on admissions requirements and course descriptions, but also on policies outside of academic operations — subjects like violence, freedom of expression and student data. Check out the full story on EdScoop.


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