Though it’s the middle of summer educational institutions always on high alert and are constantly thinking about how to better guard the physical well-being of their students.
In just the last couple of years cloud spending has exploded. According to Gartner, spending on public cloud services is forecast to grow 20.4% in 2022. It’s no surprise that global cloud spending in K-12 and higher education is on a parallel rocket ride. Mindsight breaks down the advantages for schools to make the migration to the cloud.
Microsoft’s latest “global threat activity” report breaks down 30 days’ worth of cyberattacks by industry. And you may be surprised to learn which sector led the pack. Healthcare? Nope. It’s not finance or retail, either. The big winner (by which we mean big loser) is education.
Education-related cybersecurity needs a lot more attention and improvement. With education venues varying in size, purpose, and stature, the motives for attack can vary, and responses differ. Find out what Mindsight’s Mishaal Khan has to say on this ever-developing issue.
Education technology, commonly known as EdTech, was a rapidly growing sector even before the pandemic upended traditional ways of teaching and learning.
As of March 27th, 48 states, excluding only Iowa and Maine, have issued state-wide school closures. The shutdown of schools across the U.S. due to the coronavirus outbreak leaves school districts scrambling to shift resources towards virtual learning for remote students.
When Mindsight last dove into EdTech trends in 2018, the world was a very different place. In this era of “new normal”, what has changed since then, and what remains the same?
Now that we are over one month into the 2020-2021 school year, eLearning has decidedly improved – schools have adopted new tools, coordinated material pick-up, and teachers and parents have received training on a multitude of platforms and LMS software.
VDI (virtual desktop infrastructure) works in a wide range of scenarios, but here are our top five use cases where VDI is particularly successful.
With schools heading back to school, IT and technology leaders across the country are facing some of the most challenging circumstances given the disruptions caused by the COVID-19 outbreak.