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Rethinking the hybrid learning environment for K-12 schools

by Julia Weaver • 1 day ago

Beyond the pandemic response, school districts have an opportunity to take advantage of their IT investments and modernize their approach to education.

How universities can fast-track contact tracing programs

by Julia Weaver • 4 weeks ago

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

Leaning on one nonprofit to enhance cyberdefense for K-12 schools

by Julia Weaver • 2 months ago

Public schools are increasingly targeted by cyberthreat actors and leaders are turning to nonprofit organizations to enhance security programs.

Enabling remote learning with modern access controls

by Julia Weaver • 2 months ago

EDUCAUSE’s report highlights a number of IT challenges in 2021. To mitigate new threats, schools should look to modern access management tools.

Security as enabler of digital transformation

by Julia Weaver • 3 months ago

As colleges and universities adapt to new realities, new security models can help propel technology strategies and accelerate innovation.

How cloud delivers scalable security and connectivity in a remote world

by EdScoop Staff • 3 months ago

With school districts launching into remote learning during the COVID-19 pandemic, cloud-based platforms are their best bet for stronger cybersecurity

Securing virtual education with agile, integrated security

by EdScoop Staff • 3 months ago

Expanded demand for remote learning forces higher education institutions to look at more-versatile IT security platforms.

Managed services key to education cybersecurity post-COVID

by EdScoop Staff • 3 months ago

Education IT leaders should consider letting vendors take on day-to-day cybersecurity management to enable a focus on serving students and staff.

How managed security services helps drive digital transformation in higher education

by Julia Weaver • 3 months ago

Digital transformation and security challenges across college campuses draw attention to the strategic advantages of managed and professional services.