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Twenty UK universities have signed up to take part in a cyber attacking exercise, aiming to expose weak spots in their systems which could potentially be exploited by illegal hackers.
New research from cyber security company Proofpoint reveals a lack of knowledge on cyber threats such as phishing and ransomware
As part of a strategy to connect the University of Cumbria's campus environments together and deliver a truly digital offering to its students, it implemented Collabco’s myday digital campus
University of the West of Scotland chose specialist AV systems integrator Visavvi to design, install and support innovative audio visual facilities at their new flagship campus in Lanarkshire.
Ensuring that the next generation of graduates are fully equipped to thrive in a constantly evolving world starts with a promise.
Canvas by Instructure will help facilitate the shift and delivery of a student centred teaching experience
The collaboration, between Dublin’s HEANet and UK-based Jisc, is designed to offer protection against distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks
The development, at Bournemouth University, utilises photovoltaic glass technology to provide renewable energy generation
The figure is a marked rise on the previous year, when just 95 attempts were recorded
“Through digital innovation, organisations can enhance their performance and create business and customer value,” says Vlerick Business School’s Steve Muylle
What’s the next chapter for connected learning environments at UK universities? Charley Rogers speaks to the experts to find out…
Cathy Parnham looks at the importance of the virtual open day experience for attracting and recruiting students
A rise in students and researchers working from home on mobile devices is creating increased demand for remote access to library resources
With the changing cyberthreat landscape, Adenike Cosgrove discusses the need to roll out training to both students and staff
Minister for higher education hails a ‘new era in Irish higher education’
Over half of university staff want more technology for teaching, finds new survey from Jisc
With the higher education sector often considered a soft target by cyber criminals, data breaches are on the rise, says Varonis’ Andy Richmond
Specialist in the sector, the Glion Institute of Higher Education, has teamed up with FutureLearn to offer the new qualification
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Collabco to implement myday at University of Birmingham
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