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The business case for modernizing higher education IT infrastructure

by EdScoop Staff • 4 months ago

Dell’s Hernan Londono on why replacing legacy infrastructure and applications equips institutions for a digital world, providing a more competitive advantage.

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

by EdScoop Staff • 4 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 • 4 months ago

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

Driving the digital transformation of universities

by EdScoop Staff • 6 months ago

Smart venues deliver a communal experience for students and faculty.

How schools and students can narrow the homework gap via private networks

by EdScoop Staff • 11 months ago

The expanded availability of Citizens Broadband Radio Service and new federal broadband funds bring new options for schools to go ‘beyond hotspots.’

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.

Securing the remote learning environment for school districts

by EdScoop Staff • 1 year ago

Cloud adoption, the use of Chromebooks and remote learning challenges have forced schools to rethink their security strategies.

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.

How universities can fast-track contact tracing programs

by EdScoop Staff • 2 years ago

Colleges and universities already have most of the data collection systems they need to develop a contact tracing program.

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