After a busy week at EDUCAUSE Security Professionals Conference and the REN-ISAC Member Meeting, Internet2 Program Manager Nick Lewis shares why he is inspired by discussions paving the way for future collaborations.
Scholarships aimed at supporting a diverse and inclusive IT workforce across the R&E community have funded more than 40 women and underrepresented minorities in the last few years. Read highlights written by five scholarship recipients from the 2019 Global Summit attending their first Internet2 meeting.
On today's college and university campuses, mobile devices have become the primary means of communication, increasing the need for user features typically offered by a desktop application or a SIP desk phone.
Want to learn more about cybersecurity needs and gaps, and how to accelerate research to fill those gaps? We encourage you to attend the Cybersecurity Research Transition To Practice workshop on June 19, 2019, in Chicago.
The InCommon Deployment Profile Working Group to overhaul the SAML v.2.0 Interoperability Deployment Profile is complete and now moves to the Kantara Initiative Federation Interoperability Working Group for final tweaks.
In the last year, University of Arizona students watched more than 270,000 hours of academic video content, including recorded lectures, flipped classroom presentations, and assignments recorded by their peers.
In the early days of Grouper, we all recognized the complex nature of what was being created. Basic graph capabilities were tried and not pursued but the hope to better visualize Grouper never really died.
Internet2 continues to make progress on the Next Generation Infrastructure (NGI) project. On March 15, 2019, Internet2 released a request for information (RFI) for a Packet and Service Orchestration Platform that was developed in consultation with a new community Packet advisory team.
What can university decision-makers do to resolve potential issues and move forward with a successful digital strategy? Check out five these I.T. trends to help identify the trends that will impact the daily operations of your university.
Learn about a new program to establish and support a network of fellows. The program will select a small cohort of the research or research support community and empower them with basic cybersecurity knowledge and an understanding of Trusted CI services. The deadline to apply is Wednesday, March 13.