As Higher Ed IT adopts new technologies, it’s becoming more and more important to stay current with tech news. New technological advancements are sure to affect your work at an institutional-level. We’re constantly aggregating new and exciting articles from the best sources so that you can stay informed and ahead in the field.
Microsoft is bringing more of its Azure PaaS capabilities to its IaaS customers this year. First up: Support for larger VM Scale Sets and Managed Disks.
Widespread smartphone usage, faster 4G speeds and more connected devices will drive a substantial boost in mobile information traffic until 2021, says research
At RSA 2017, we spoke with Tom Gillis, CEO of Bracket Computing, about how his product is changing cloud security and bringing big enterprise customers to the cloud.
Microsoft has moved its Outlook.com Premium service from public preview to general availability, but so far, for U.S. users only.
T-Mobile CEO John Legere revealed that the "un-carrier" was improving its T-Mobile One unlimited plan, a day after Verizon said it would offer unlimited data.
Computer system security stinks, because our software is buggy and untestable in full. Great for cyber criminals, but not for us. So why doesn't someone build a mathematically verified, secure, concurrent kernel that can run on x86 and ARM? A team at Yale has.
IBM and ServiceNow will focus on automating manual business processes for Global 2000 companies.
In Baltic terms, Estonia may lead the pecking order in technology, but ambitious new tax initiatives show neighboring Latvia is breathing down its neck.
Ask iPhone owners for their list of wants from the next iPhone and a bigger battery is always at the top of the list. This wish may finally come true, but at a steep price.
National Cyber Security Centre officially opens as ‘guinea pig’ for piloting UK cyberdefence strategies
GCHQ's new arm will test strategies and schemes for businesses and industry to follow in future.