Big Security for Smaller Classrooms
This managed switch provides protection all the way to the network edge.
Ransomware: To Pay or Not to Pay?
With attacks on the rise, universities face a tough question with no easy answer.
From Lab to Leadership
Melissa Woo brings broad experience and an exacting vision to Michigan State University.
What IT departments need to know to protect students, faculty and data from downtime.
Assessing the Assessment
To defend against ransomware, it’s important to know what questions a comprehensive cybersecurity assessment should answer.
Saying Goodbye to Legacy Technology
How do you know when a solution has outlived its usefulness?
When IT Upgrades Mean Cutting Costs
Here are four tips for creating long-term cost reductions when making IT improvements.
Virtual, Touchable Reality
Since VR’s inception, its technologies have been almost entirely visual. That’s changing.
A Balancing Act
Partnerships between privacy and security offices help colleges leverage and protect data without compromising confidentiality.
Cloud Ready, Cloud Secure
Data security remains a top priority as universities adopt cloud-based solutions and services.
At the Helm
As schools prepare for students, faculty and staff to return to campus, university IT teams are coordinating enhanced in-person and remote resources.
Foundations for a Strong Future
Across the education landscape, universities and colleges are finding innovative solutions to resolve pressing challenges.
In Short Supply
Expect more disruptions in the future and plan ahead for a more effective business continuity plan.