Texas Wesleyan University recently moved its backup and disaster recovery processes onto a new storage appliance and gained a reduction in recovery time service level agreements from days to hours.
Students at the University of California, Davis have a new way to learn about and access mental health services for themselves or friends, thanks to a new Web site at the school.
Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) has adopted a new safety app developed by students at the New York school.
Minnesota State Colleges and Universities is adding a patch management to its system-wide software recommendations.
Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University's CyLab and the University of Pennsylvania will explore ways to improve the security of commercial projects used by the United States Military, thanks to a four-year $3.9 million grant from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency.
George Mason University is providing a free app to its campus community intended to help users cope effectively in emergency situations.
A university in West Virginia has gone public with its use of a cloud-based security gateway from OpenDNS.
The networks run by colleges and universities are three times more likely to be infected with malware than networks in government agencies or businesses. The EXPIRO family of malware is the most common type of threat experienced by the higher education sector, according to as new report.
Bradford Networks unveiled the latest version of Network Sentry at the Educause 2013 conference in Anaheim Wednesday. Network Sentry 6.2 adds support for Microsoft Hyper-V Server and integration with MaaS360 mobile device management.
A series of phishing scams recently sent Saint Louis University scrambling to mop up the mess left when health records of about 3,000 people were exposed and banking details for about 10 employees were changed.