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Regent's University London and Data Integration team up

From Fashion Weeks to firewalls, it's all in a day's work for Data Integration

York doubles up on data security

The University of York deploys Duo Security's two-factor authentication system to keep data s...

Start with the data

In light of the recent NHS cyber attacks, Data Protection is only getting tougher, says Ravi P...

The bad guys are organised, so we have to be too

If the events of the last week have highlighted one thing, it's that the biggest challenges fa...

FutureLearn and Groningen Uni re-think Europe beyond the EU

University of Groningen's course 'European Culture and Politics' starts on 1st May 2017 

Reviewing the success of the Microsoft Cloud

Microsoft Cloud not only creates marketable skills for students it is also a great tool for fa...

New ways to use your Moodle

Valentina Martinelli meets the Moodle community and discovers how the platform works with AI a...

Win an Ultimaker 2+ 3D Printer for Your School!

The CREATE Education Project are running a competition to win an Ultimaker 2+ 3D printer worth...

Re-educating the way you work

Re-educating the way you work, the USB Docking solutions from Philips are designed for the mod...

Welsh universities announce supercomputing research facility

A new £15m supercomputing programme of investment has been announced by universities across Wa...

Meaningfully connecting

How can universities make their content stand out and not get lost in the sea of content on th...

Curator educators: being a teacher in the information age

With all the information you could want freely available online, what role remains for educato...

Unit4 Student Management supports the Royal College of Art

RCA Royal College of Art will expand its Unit4 footprint with the implementation of Unit4 Stud...

Airbus names 'Fly Your Ideas 2017' competition finalists

The five finalist teams - from Australia, France, Hong Kong, Nigeria and the UK - will fly to ...

Smart Procurement

James Breakell, UK Managing Director of D-Tech International talks about the procurement proce...

Breaking Barriers In Education with 3D Printing

What is it actually like to have a 3D Printer in the classroom? Mark Peeters is here to share ...

What you need to know about flipped classrooms

Today's classrooms require a much more fluid learning model that builds an experience around t...

Durham launches online MBA

Durham University Business School launches its new online MBA experience

The pros and cons of proposed two-year undergraduate degrees

Jo Johnson, Minister of State for Universities, Science, Research & Innovation, recently sugge...

Masters course to create 'army of cyber security experts'  

Sunderland University's new Masters course aims to teach the next generation of cyber security...

South West business leaders identify top barriers to growth

'We all have our part to play in taking action,' said Professor Veronica Hope Hailey, Dean of ...

The digital transformation of the classroom

Keri Beckingham looks at how VLEs and the Cloud have become key fixtures in the classrooms of ...

Protecting educational institutions from DDoS Attacks

One disgruntled student being able to take down a school's entire network spells disaster

Tips for managing chromebooks in the classroom

Marc Fairclough, Sales Director at Mobile Guardian, explains everything you need to know about...

Unique Partnership Creates Local Opportunities for 3D Design

People aged 17-25 on a vocational training programme with YMCA Cork & Cobh are set to benefit ...

Students challenged to help tackle cyber security threats

The British Retail Consortium (BRC) has launched a new cyber security student challenge with t...

£1.3m funding for on-campus digital innovation centre

University Campus Aylesbury Vale has been awarded the funding by Buckinghamshire Thames Valley...

New security centre to fight cyber crime 

Cybercrime currently costs the UK between £18 billion and £27 billion a year

Space and energy: controlling the costs

Universities can continually monitor teaching space utilisation and reduce energy costs, says ...

Smart procurement in the library sector

James Breakell, UK MD of D-Tech International discusses how to ensure tech investment is cost ...

Evolve or dissolve

Derby's Russ Langley explains why university marketing strategies need to continually evolve t...

Uni conference builds confidence in manufacturing growth

Wolverhampton University hosted the Manufacturing Conference to mark the completion of a £10m ...

The real international experience of online learning

University of Liverpool's Helen O'Sullivan discusses how online learning provides a real alter...

Future-proof your VLE

Thomas Worthington of the Bloom VLE team from CoSector - UoL, talks challenges and opportuniti...

Kingston University opens new virtual reality centre

The new state-of-the-art centre will give students the facilities they need to be at the foref...

UK students compete for £10,000 cyber competition prize

Imperial College London students dubbed the UK's most talented in cyber security in the Univer...

Plymouth to research new drug treatment for dementia

Scientists receive funding for pilot study to investigate new drug therapies for dementia dise...

How data analytics can help schools and unis foster growth

Tableau Software's James Eiloart looks into how education institutions can use data analytics ...

Queen's Uni Belfast opens Computer Science hub

The University has invested £14m in the state-of-the-art building, which is supporting the exp...

Have you had your daily huddle?

Huddle rooms - or huddle zones or huddle spaces as they're also known - are a significant phen...