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Universities Boost Spending to Curb Cyber Attacks

Higher education institutions have increased their cybersecurity budgets as more universities fall prey to cyber attacks, Moody’s Investor Service says...
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Digital Wallets Explored as Next Generation Transcripts

Adoption has started as employers and students place more value on skills. Meanwhile, plans for free, open-source wallet technology are picking up steam.

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Merger of Online Program Companies Suggests ‘Reset’ in the Market

Academic Partnerships’ acquisition of Wiley’s online program business is latest change in tumultuous online program management market.

New Accounting System Causes Bill Backlog at U of Washington

The University of Washington is behind on its bills due to issues related to a new accounting system implemented over...

Missouri System Hit by MOVEIt Cyber Attack

The University of Missouri System is the latest institution battered in the MOVEit cybersecurity breach sweeping the nation. The system—which...

Generative AI in College and Departmental Administration

Generative AI can be an important assistant in promoting excellence in the role of dean, associate dean, department chair or department head.

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More Malware, Less Ransomware in Higher Ed

Cybercriminals often target known network vulnerabilities. But software updates and patches only work when installed, and colleges face nontrivial hurdles in this regard.