Educational Network Saturation

Educational networks are constantly fighting against external malware affronts, with millions of individual items turned away by campus firewalls and other forms of malware defensive measures. Almost 10 years ago, the average time an unpatched machine could be on the … Continue reading

Educational Computing and the Legacy of Silos

Educational computing emerged in its origin within early data processing systems whose presence made research possible for a department or researcher ahead of their fellows lacking the same information systems, resulting in the isolation of information technology within early technical support silos along entirely … Continue reading