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Leading university gives full marks for replacement data storage system

Ludwig Maximilian University (LMU) in Munich, Germany, is one of the leading research universities in Europe. Since it was founded in 1472, it has been committed to the highest international standards of excellence in research and teaching. Having a highly efficient and effective IT network is central to its operation and for its Faculty of […]


London School of Business and Finance launches learning app for mobile

London School of Business and Finance (LSBF) has announced the launch of the LSBF online mobile app, Study LSBF. This app enables students to access their studies at any time using only their mobile phones. Study LSBF is being launched to improve access to a variety of learning resources as part of LSBF’s dedication to […]


Cybint teams up with Israel university to offer cyber-education

Global cyber education leader Cybint, a BARBRI company, and Ariel University are teaming up to offer a comprehensive portfolio of cyber-education offerings for students and professionals in Israel. The Ariel University Cyber Innovation Center, powered by Cybint and the university’s professional teams, boasts a comprehensive portfolio of online cyber-education offerings, from Cybint’s cyber-literacy programs to its rigorous […]


SITA Air Transport Community announces innovation winners

The SITA Air Transport Community Foundation, based in the UK, in partnership with Wits University and the Tshimologong Precinct, has awarded a US$10,000 prize to Wits University students Jules Ntumba, Tso Mello and Fiona Ndlovu. The group, one of seven finalists, was shortlisted through a competition to address what information, tools or technology first-time air […]


Opengear Smart Out-of-band to streamline remote management

Opengear, a leading provider of solutions that deliver secure, resilient network access and automation to critical IT infrastructure, has announced CSC – IT Center for Science Ltd, a Finnish centre of expertise in Information and Communications Technology, has deployed Opengear Smart Out-of-band appliances to streamline a major upgrade project and improve day-to-day remote management. CSC, […]


Dutch company VodafoneZiggo digitally trains more than 100,000 students

During the past school year, VodafoneZiggo has made more than 100,000 students digitally skilled. This happened with the Online Masters programme, a free curriculum about the digital world intended for the upper classes of primary education and the lower secondary education. In addition, the school this year received almost 2,000 children for an experience day. […]


Four new University of Amsterdam Professors to study impact of AI

The University of Amsterdam (UvA) has announced that it will appoint four new University Professors. The University Professors will focus on artificial intelligence (AI) and the societal questions surrounding this technology from a variety of research disciplines. The UvA will use the new chairs to give an extra impetus to its research and teaching in […]


New security centre marches ahead in fight against cybercrime

A joint venture between the University of Wolverhampton and Herefordshire Council has secured £9 million funding to develop a new Centre for Cyber Security in Hereford. The University of Wolverhampton has approved £1.5 million to contribute to the centre and has secured grant funding of £4 million from the Marches LEP Local Growth Fund and […]


Teesside Uni’s digital shake-up will help students land jobs of the future

Teesside University has launched one of the biggest digital shake-ups the higher education sector has ever seen to help students prepare for future jobs. Over the next 12 months, Microsoft is teaching digital skills to all academic staff at the university, so they can improve how they communicate with students and give them the best […]


Making room for top mark security at University of Cambridge

The University of Cambridge is one of the world’s oldest universities, with a strong reputation for outstanding academic achievement and world-class research. It has over 11,000 undergraduates and 5,500 postgraduate students across its 31 autonomous colleges. The need for a central solution As a leading research and education facility, Cambridge University requires its IT network […]