Higher education stories
Perfekt & BeyondTrust strengthen cybersecurity partnership in Australia
Perfekt and BeyondTrust, top cybersecurity companies, strengthen their six-year strategic partnership in Australian market.
UK academia divided over role & ethics of AI technologies
A stark divide has emerged in UK universities surrounding the ethics and role of AI technologies in higher education settings.
Glasgow Caledonian University employs CyberArk for identity security
Glasgow Caledonian University teams up with CyberArk for robust identity security amid increased cyber attack risks.
TechnologyOne marks era end for 'on-prem' in higher education sector
TechnologyOne declares the end of the 'on-prem' era as all customers transition to SaaS, boosting productivity and staff retention in higher education.
What should UK universities do to keep hold of their supercomputer brains?
HPC staff working in research and education often possess a unique set of skills and experiences that make them highly sought after in the corporate world.
Workday recognised again as Leader in Cloud HCM for 8th year
Workday, Inc. holds its position as a leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Cloud HCM for the eighth year in a row.
Apptio and Protiviti partner to control cloud infrastructure spending
Apptio partners with Protiviti Australia to help local enterprises control their cloud infrastructure spending amid economic challenges.
Tech industry's skills gap & bias towards top universities limiting diversity
A 'Diversity in Tech' report indicates a skills gap and bias towards top universities limits tech industry diversity.
UK universities draw up guiding principles on AI literacy
UK universities have announced they are drawing up a set of guiding principles to ensure that students and staff are AI literate.
University of Tasmania joins Fortinet Academic Partner Program
The University of Tasmania is the 498th education institution globally that has implemented the Fortinet Academic Partner Program, and the 16th in Australia.
The University of Melbourne implements data ecosystem with Talend
Talend has announced that The University of Melbourne (UoM) has selected Talend Data Fabric for its cloud data platform.
Atturra signs partnership to support ANZ higher education
Atturra will partner with Berger-Levrault to support ANZ higher education institutions with schedule and campus management.
Auckland ICT Graduate School adopts AWS programme
Auckland ICT Graduate School has subscribed its entire class to Amazon Web Services in order to bridge the gap between graduates and the workforce.
Aussie students want fully digitised university experience
Aussie students want a total digital shift in education, with many finding current uni tech lacking.
Students get chance to work with new game design engine
YoYo Games marks 5th anniversary of GameMaker Studio with affordable bulk licenses for students and institutions. Budding designers rejoice!.
New Student Management System helps NMIT serve students
Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology (NMIT) has implemented a new digital student management system to better serve their students.
Blackboard provides a roadmap to the cloud for higher education
Blackboard has announced a transition plan at its recent Teaching and Learning Conference in Sydney to help institutions move to cloud-based services.
New Kiwi website aimed to help school leavers
New Zealand school leavers can now access a new website, SchoolLeaver.nz, to help them plan their future after high school.
Top 10 strategic technologies in higher education
In New Zealand, technology spending in the higher education sector will total NZ$268 million in 2016.
Digital transformation driving IT spending in higher education
Higher education IT spending in the Asia Pacific region is expected to significantly increase by 2019, thanks to digital transformation initiatives.
Huawei targets Australian ICT education space
Huawei and Southern Cross University focus on the future of education and ICT solutions at the 2015 Education Summit in Australia.
What higher education will look like in 2020
The BYOD trend is gaining popularity in Asia Pacific as mobile devices accounted for 22.5% of all consumer smartphone sales in 2013.
Online higher education courses provide wider access, higher quality and lower costs
Technology is vital in providing accessible education to students around the world, said Sir John Daniel at an event in Wellington.
Conference with the ‘IT’ factor focuses on future...
Information technology specialists from the tertiary education sector will be descending on Massey University’s Palmerston North campus during early September.