To successfully achieve digital transformation efforts, higher education institutions need to provide best-in-class solutions that connect campus populations directly and securely to all the resources they need.
Industry-sponsored articles offering best practices on the use of technology in higher education.
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EdTech Connect is a new, free model for college and university staff and faculty to collaborate on technology use.
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Compromised computers are often exploited for data and identity theft and provide ways for ransomware to enter your network. Early Warning Service (EWS) carries out early detection of potential threats so that you can take appropriate corrective actions.
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Outdated technology hangs around for too long. It's sneaky too—disguising security risks and higher operational costs. Today, cyber modernization is vital, and it's easier than you think.
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A digital upgrade is just a part of your institution's larger digital transformation journey.
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The digital disruptions of the pandemic have further emphasized the need to stay current with technology.
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Northeast Wisconsin Technical College is leveraging technology in new and innovative ways to improve learning equity, organizational efficiency, and students' experiences.
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Digital transformation has taken the education sector by storm, and Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) in particular have had to adapt to a much more digital friendly environment. Digital documents can streamline the way schools work with IEP programs.
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A growing number of colleges and universities are looking for cloud-hosted solutions to improve efficiency and reduce infrastructure/support costs while empowering researchers and enabling secure research access.
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New learning models require robust, secure foundations. To do this, plus improve experience and address opportunities for staff, faculty, and students, IT teams need to reduce manual processes.