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Why Surface SE laptops are gaining new attention at K-12 schools

by EdScoop Staff • 2 months ago

School IT directors are seeing new value in the built security, central management control and competitive pricing of Microsoft’s SE laptops for education.

How integrated laptops improve security and student success at colleges

by EdScoop Staff • 2 months ago

Microsoft education specialists explain why premium laptops with enterprise-ready software make access to academic resources easier, more equitable and more secure.

How advising against automated proctoring fed into course design

by Emily Bamforth • 2 months ago

University of Michigan-Dearborn Associate Provost Mitchel Sollenberger discusses how avoiding automated proctoring shaped course design.

Microsoft aims to halve cybersecurity worker shortage through community colleges

by Emily Bamforth • 7 months ago

Microsoft President Brad Smith said the U.S.'s millions of community college students are an under-used resource to fill gaps in the workforce.

Universities don't want their students to upgrade to Windows 11 yet

by Emily Bamforth • 8 months ago

Potential compatibility issues with Microsoft's latest operating system are leading higher education institutions to warn against an immediate upgrade.

Penn State launches Microsoft single sign-on platform

by Emily Bamforth • 11 months ago

Pennsylvania State University leaders said the 18-month project struck a balance between security and accessibility.

McGraw Hill acquires SIMnet training platform developer

by Emily Bamforth • 1 year ago

McGraw Hill has acquired the developer of SIMNet, a Microsoft Office 365 training tool the publisher distributed and marketed for years.

How Rush University accelerated scientific research with cloud

by EdScoop Staff • 1 year ago

Medical center at Rush University takes on more advanced research projects, and lowers costs to IT operations by adopting a scalable cloud platform.

How Kent State University made the leap to zero-trust security

by EdScoop Staff • 1 year ago

Kent State CISO Bob Eckman describes ‘red pill’ decision to align pace of KSU’s security development with its enterprise platform provider, Microsoft.