• Locking Down Information Management Security on Campus

    The bad news: As colleges and universities have accelerated their digital transformations, IT’s efforts have been hampered by an increase in cybersecurity attacks. The good news: Proven solutions are at hand.


  • Planning for the Worst Day

    IT security in the new normal requires a combination of human smarts, planning and preparation, peer guidance, and well-chosen technology. Anything less and you’re putting your campus community at risk.


  • Gaining Total Visibility

    Campus IT needs a consistent view into how data flows through the network, cloud and endpoints; otherwise, security will continue to be a hit-and-miss remedy.


  • A Unifying Viewpoint for Security

    Automation of the easy stuff improves your information security efforts and makes the work that’s left far more interesting for those who do it.


  • AI and the Carrot Approach to Zero-Trust Network Access

    When you tackle the job of security with artificial intelligence, the result is a liberated user base and a re-energized IT crew.


  • Protecting the Campus from the Outside In

    DNS security provides a first line of defense, helping colleges and universities protect against bad traffic coming from a multitude of directions, way before it hits the network infrastructure.


  • Uncovering the Hidden Costs of Cloud Security

    As your usage of the public cloud for secure storage expands, so does the expense. Here’s how to optimize your spending.


  • Staying on Top of Cybersecurity: A Conversation with Two University CISOs

    In this interview Tom Dugas, chief information security officer for Duquesne University, and Rick Haugerud, CISO for the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, explain how Internet2’s NET+ program is helping them manage cybersecurity for their institutions.


  • Community-Powered Problem-Solving

    Nick Lewis, program manager for security and identity at Internet2, describes how the community-driven Internet2 NET+ program helps higher ed institutions get fast, proven answers to their questions and vetted solutions for their cloud and security challenges.


  • Campus Tech Report: IT Modernization for Campus Re-entry

    As colleges and universities prepare for a return to normalcy, IT is front and center for delivering the technology services that can position schools to be stronger now than before the pandemic.


  • Campuses Emerging Stronger

    Now that faculty, staff and students have a taste of remote work and learning, it can never entirely go away. Here’s why.


  • Mastering the Art and Design of Remote Work

    Remote work and study aren’t going away; NVIDIA virtual GPU technology is essential to ensure a quality learning experience from any place and at any time.


  • Easier Identity and Access Management

    The last thing IT should burden students with is a fog of logins. The use of an identity cloud makes accessing their digital lives easier and more secure.


  • Evolving with IT to Support Research

    Modernizing the campus approach to IT infrastructure for supporting research has never been so urgent.


  • Your Starting Point for IT Optimization

    Refreshing your IT operations can only begin after you get visibility into what your infrastructure is up to.


  • Building the Virtualized Student Union

    College no longer takes place just on campus. Virtualizing operations ensures that the student experience remains consistently excellent and secure, wherever it happens.


  • Accelerating Student Success with AI

    As colleges and universities struggle with enrollment, Google Cloud Student Success Services is poised to reinvent how institutions support and engage their students.


  • A Conversation with Jen Leasure

    The Quilt’s President and CEO discusses how her organization’s members — state research and education networks — are helping colleges and universities build and maintain new learning environments