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Why blended learning models require blended security

by EdScoop Staff • 3 months ago

Verizon whitepaper highlights how to use smart technology to keep higher education institutions safe.

Rice University finds coronavirus testing error after plans to start online

by Emily Bamforth • 11 months ago

More than 90% of positive cases came from a testing provider that had altered its protocols. But Rice is sticking with its current remote learning plan.

U. of Maryland switches VPN service, citing 'overly complicated' offering

by Emily Bamforth • 11 months ago

Administrators said a switch from Cisco to Palo Alto Networks will offer granular access to systems and services.

Sewanee's ‘App-store’ allows students to remotely use campus software

by Emily Bamforth • 12 months ago

Through AppsAnywhere, students at the University of the South can remotely use tools like Microsoft Excel or Adobe Photoshop.

Virtual campus tours are catching on in higher education

by Emily Bamforth • 1 year ago

Demand for virtual tours boomed during the pandemic, but as students return to campus, administrators find the technology's become an expected feature.

The importance of deploying next-gen security in K-12

by EdScoop Staff • 1 year ago

The former CIO of Minneapolis Public Schools talks about the need to invest in modernized solutions to deliver ‘security without compromise.’

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.

Colorado State U. Global's provost says online education is the future

by Colin Wood • 1 year ago

Paul Savory, who joined CSU Global last week as its new provost, told EdScoop that online education shows "huge potential for growth."

Remote work, data are long-term assets for universities, says CIO

by Colin Wood • 1 year ago

The pandemic highlighted the value of new paradigms like remote work and they're here to stay for the long run in higher education, said Carnegie Mellon University CIO Stan Waddell.