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A Review of Data Protection in Higher Education Institutions

From student records, transcripts, and test results to academic and research information, the data collected by higher education institutions is growing exponentially. And despite the time, effort, and money that goes towards protecting this data, disruption is still commonplace.

Transform Security with Dell Technologies: Cybersecurity and Campus Safety in Higher Education

Today’s colleges and universities are more vulnerable than ever, faced with everything from cyberattacks to threats of violence. In response, IT administrators nationwide must transform security—or put their campus and their data at risk.

Delivering Secure, Remote Access for Uninterrupted Learning

Ensuring all students have equitable remote access to school resources and technology in today’s highly distributed learning environments is a top challenge for colleges and universities. Next-generation virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) solutions from Dell Technologies and VMware deliver the right mix of flexibility and scalability needed to deliver uninterrupted learning.

How Intrinsic Security Protects Against Education Disruption

When it comes to IT, disruption is just another day at the office. From fending off cyberattacks to incorporating leading-edge technologies, today’s educational organizations no longer experience “business as usual.”

How School Leaders Can Build an Equitable Foundation for Learning and Ensure Instructional Continuity

Unprecedented circumstances have forced K-12 leaders to rethink how they deliver education. In many cases, they have accessed CARES Act funds to invest in integrated technology tools that promote student growth, fuel teacher collaboration, and personalize learning — both in and out of the classroom.

An Identity Framework for Higher Education Systems

Colleges and universities have an opportunity to make learning more accessible than ever—but first, they must solve a technology problem. Many campuses use outdated legacy identity systems with sprawling, open-source software. As a consequence, these institutions experience a great deal of technology debt, making a transition towards modern systems disruptive and costly. It’s time to change this approach: the results must justify the expense.