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North Carolina colleges to hire regional cyber directors, update ERP and broadband

by Emily Bamforth • 1 month ago

A new state budget includes community college funding for nine regional cybersecurity officers, an updated ERP system and broadband updates.

Education sees the highest ransomware recovery cost compared to other sectors

by John Shier • 2 months ago

Security advisor John Shier shares findings from a security report that show wide gaps in security preparedness to defend against ransomware threats across the education sector.

Miami Dade College selects Canvas for new learning management system

by Colin Wood • 3 months ago

The upgrade is to replace the large public institution's existing Blackboard implementation.

Miami Dade College CIO outlines plans for systemwide CRM

by Emily Bamforth • 3 months ago

Administrators are looking to centralize the platform used to communicate with students to better make use of data and enable predictive analytics.

How zero trust helps higher ed meet remote access and student privacy demands

by EdScoop Staff • 5 months ago

Arizona State University's Donna Kidwell and Cisco's Helen Patton discuss why the zero trust security benefits schools as they evolve network access.

U. Wisconsin-Green Bay names a new CIO

by Colin Wood • 6 months ago

Wendy Woodward, the former chief information officer of Wheaton College in Illinois, is UW-Green Bay's new CIO.

U. of South Florida's 10-year plan includes analytics, shifts in IT

by Emily Bamforth • 8 months ago

IT plays a large role in the University of South Florida's game plan to boost research and become a member of the Association of American Universities.

State funding to aid Alabama schools in ways federal relief can't

by Colin Wood • 8 months ago

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey approved a $282 million appropriation for schools and universities from the state's Advancement and Technology Fund.

Traditional IT is vanishing from higher education

by Betsy Foresman • 2 years ago

Edtech leaders say they're now part of the inner circle of executive leadership and the business of higher education is "100 percent dependent" on technology.

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