iModules Software has integrated point-to-point encryption technology into its products to ensure data security for all transactions. The integration will have the biggest impact on educational institutions, which will be able to bolster security for their various financial transactions.
A new center at the University of Southern California aims to apply the real-time data generated by the Internet of Things to teaching and learning.
One student-led program at Stanford University that aims to close that gap is teaching Bay Area high school girls computer science skills in order to engage them in CS early on.
A team of Carnegie Mellon University researchers has put its own flu forecasting operations to work. Once again this year, they'll be monitoring the results of various approaches to figure out which one is more accurate: using artificial intelligence and machine learning, or crowdsourcing the predictions. What they learn from the process can be applied to predict other kinds of outbreaks.
Washington University in St. Louis is rolling out a new portal that will serve as a single point of access for campus resources.
A New York-based data science bootcamp has launched an online education program for long-distance learners.
Using the full SaaS source-to-settle suite from SciQuest, a provider of spend management and e-procurement solutions, all 64 SUNY colleges and universities will be able to manage systemwide spending under a more unified, established set of business processes.
A new report out from the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) has issued red lights to 40 percent of institutions of higher education for their "severely restrictive" written policies on free speech. This year's survey of speech policies encompassed 449 schools.
Entangled Solutions is forming a Quality Assurance Task Force to drive accountability and transparency for emerging models of education.
Harvard Library has selected a new library management platform from Ex Libris, in an effort to foster collaboration and streamline operations across more than 70 Harvard Library units.