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CoSN releases tools to grade and improve IT infrastructure for K-12 districts

by Ryan Johnston • 2 months ago

The organization says technology systems that play well together are critical for supporting student learning.

The cloud as 'a key enabler' in education

by EdScoop Staff • 5 months ago

Commentary: Updating a district's computing infrastructure can make room for other technology priorities in the classroom.

What K-12 IT directors should expect from upcoming net neutrality changes

by Bob Hand • 6 months ago

Commentary: The FCC's rollback of Obama-era rules takes effect June 11. Here's what district technology leaders need to know — and what they can do to prepare.

Facial recognition technology adds layer of 'prevention' at dorms' front doors

by Ryan Johnston • 6 months ago

Officials at the University of San Francisco say the digital system helps to stop crime on campus before it happens.

To gain an edge, embrace a 'multi-cloud' strategy, university IT leaders urge

by Emily Tate • 6 months ago

At the Internet2 Global Summit, attendees outlined the strengths and weaknesses of AWS, GCP and Azure — and imagined using all three vendors at once.

Three IT projects to prioritize on campus this summer

by Kevin Davis • 6 months ago

Commentary: UNLV and Duke University offer examples of how to make the most of the summer break, analyzing data, improving risk detection and increasing operational visibility.

Ellucian CEO: University CIOs should expect a big focus (and new strategy) around cloud

by Emily Tate • 7 months ago

Now working at the nexus of higher ed and technology, former Microsoft and Cisco exec Laura Ipsen says new role is a "bit of a homecoming to me."

An 'infinite' plan for higher ed: Q&A with ASU President Michael Crow

by Emily Tate • 7 months ago

The president of Arizona State University — named the most innovative college in the country — sat down with EdScoop during the ASU+GSV Summit.

Esports program a slam dunk at SUNY Canton

by Corinne Lestch • 7 months ago

A state-of-the-art arena outfitted with the latest video game technology is part of the State University of New York campus' plan to meet student interest.

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