Workforce Explorer helps you to quickly contextualise your demographic data against the rest of the HE sector over time
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.
The collaboration, between Dublin’s HEANet and UK-based Jisc, is designed to offer protection against distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks
Over half of university staff want more technology for teaching, finds new survey from Jisc
Exercise Mercury, organised by Jisc, is an ethical hacking competition designed to expose weaknesses in cyber defence
The Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) and Jisc could join forces to create a consolidated agency for data-led, digitally enabled higher education
Early stage conversations could see combination force in digitally-enabled, data-led higher education
From the beginning of 2019, the two will combine to form a “UK public sector tech powerhouse”
Jisc's survey of almost 2,000 lecturers found that 61% see themselves as among the first or early adopters of digital teaching tech
Nicola Yeeles explores the pros and cons of BYOD, from cyber security concerns to potential digital divide issues
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