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University of Missouri and AT&T to build on-campus 5G 'innovation lab'

The University of Missouri will install AT&T’s 5G equipment on campus in a new innovation lab this summer to enable students and faculty to study potential use cases and develop applications, the telecommunications company announced this week. A “significant” number of students are expected to work within or take a class that involves 5G in some way, Ajay Vinzé, the dean of Missouri’s business school, said. Ryan Johnston has more.

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Low-income students dominate pandemic's college enrollment decline

New data published Thursday by the National Student Clearinghouse confirms recent reports that the pandemic is hitting low-income communities hardest and that fewer students are enrolling in college straight out of high school. Both urban and rural schools were found to have roughly equal rates of decline, with more dramatic changes than their suburban counterparts. Colin Wood has the full story.

Data stolen from universities of Colorado, Miami, published by ransomware actors

Ransomware actors recently posted data stolen from the University of Colorado, Boulder and the University of Miami in what appears to be more fallout from the breach of IT provider Accellion’s file-sharing application, an incident that has affected dozens of organizations spanning academia, government and the private sector. While Accellion has said it’s patched the vulnerabilities in its file-transfer application, the University of Colorado, Boulder's Office of Information Security has said it plans to switch to a different vendor. Benjamin Freed reports.


The importance of deploying next-gen security in K-12

The former CIO of Minneapolis Public Schools, Fadi Fadhil has a deep understanding of the security threats facing municipal and K-12 school officials. In this exclusive EdScoop interview, he talks about the need to invest in modernized solutions to deliver ‘security without compromise’ and the importance of leveraging automation. Hear more from Fadi Fadhil.

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