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To protect sensitive data, IT security and researchers must act as teammates
Though universities are using technology to protect attacks against their research data, IT officials told EdScoop that communicating with researchers is the backbone of strategy.
As university campuses reopen, remote work could take many forms
While students and faculty return to campus, university leaders aren't immediately returning to the pre-pandemic status quo for all employees.
As coronavirus spreads, college's 'Keep Teaching' site has revival
A website created by Indiana University's IT department in 2009 is again providing distance-learning resources for university faculty around the globe.
Universities, professors to take spotlight at SXSW EDU 2020
From AI to blockchain, student experience to student data, education leaders head to Austin, Texas, this March to uncover the latest innovations.
Indiana University accidentally shares grades of 100,000 students
Students were able to view the grades of their fellow students by using an online calculator meant to be used only by administrators.
At Indiana U., video platform blends traditional and distance education
Students can't always make it to class, but a video conferencing platform ensures many in-classroom benefits are preserved with remote attendance.
Cybersecurity clinic at Indiana U. positions itself as regional hub
Many organizations have cybersecurity needs, but IU will focus on the Midwest's local agencies and businesses, a largely under-resourced niche.
edX launches 9 master's degrees through major university partners
The new offerings include technology specialties like analytics and cybersecurity, and focus on low enrollment costs.
To gain an edge, embrace a 'multi-cloud' strategy, university IT leaders urge
At the Internet2 Global Summit, attendees outlined the strengths and weaknesses of AWS, GCP and Azure — and imagined using all three vendors at once.