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​EDUCAUSE’s Susan Grajek assesses latest shifts in ‘Top 10 IT Issues’

by Wyatt Kash • 2 years ago

Higher education research chief discerns how business pressures are forging stronger ties between college leaders and CIOs and shifting their strategies.

How to battle the new form of ransomware targeting schools

by Kevin Haley • 2 years ago

Commentary: No need to panic. Just be prepared for cyberthreats.

Students say colleges lag in providing personalized digital experience

by Wyatt Kash • 2 years ago

Tech-savvy reputation is a key factor for 9 in 10 students when applying to colleges, but schools need to do more, Ellucian study concludes.​

College IT experts and students have opposing views on cybersecurity

by Corinne Lestch • 2 years ago

Higher ed IT professionals say they alert the student body about data breaches, but students say that information is not communicated to them.

Q&A with EDUCAUSE chief John O'Brien

by Wyatt Kash • 2 years ago

Technology’s role has never been more important as higher ed institutions grapple with ways to boost students’ success, says O’Brien.

West Point shows off cyber chops in higher ed challenge

by Emily Tate • 2 years ago

Symantec's cybersecurity competition for colleges and universities drew participation from 31 university IT teams in 25 states.

New federal cybersecurity regulations force colleges to strengthen data management

by Corinne Lestch • 2 years ago

Standards laid out by the National Institute of Standards and Technology come with a Dec. 31 deadline.

EDUCAUSE 2018 'IT issues' forecast highlights need for institutional change in higher education

by Wyatt Kash • 2 years ago

Latest "Top 10 IT Issues" list reinforces the importance of institutional and IT adaptiveness and for using data to strengthen student outcomes.

Leveraging technology to redesign the higher ed user experience

by Emily Tate • 2 years ago

Richard Culatta, CEO of ISTE, advises EDUCAUSE members on how to reinvigorate their institutions' user experience.

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