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Higher ed IT staff want flexibility. Can universities deliver? 

by Lindsay McKenzie

The ability to work remotely is important for job seekers in IT, but universities sometimes have rules against it.

2U leans into ‘free-to-degree’ pipeline

by Lindsay McKenzie

After a summer of layoffs and budget cuts, the online learning company 2U shared a more upbeat outlook in its third quarter earnings call.

Higher ed leaders brace for new reporting requirements

by EdScoop Staff

On the Cutting EDge podcast, Educause’s policy lead Jarrett Cummings says higher ed IT leaders need to be on the lookout for new federal reporting requirements.

'Please, please, please' report cyber incidents, says Federal Student Aid office official

by Lindsay McKenzie

Devin Bhatt, acting chief information security office for the U.S. Federal Student Aid office, pleaded with institutions to report cyber incidents.

FTC sues homework aide Chegg over multiple data breaches

by EdScoop Staff

Data breaches at Chegg going back to 2017 exposed the personal data of more than 40 million users of the company's homework software.

Educause priorities list gives IT leaders a seat at the table

by Lindsay McKenzie

Educause's annual list of priorities in higher-ed IT leads with giving campus technology leaders a greater voice in institutional planning.

New federal IT requirements coming to higher ed, Educause says

by Lindsay McKenzie

Speakers at Educause's conference warned of looming changes to web accessibility requirements and cyber incident reporting at universities.

Attracting diverse talent getting harder, say higher ed IT leaders

by Lindsay McKenzie

Higher education IT leaders said they face burnout and competition from other organizations in building and keeping a diverse workforce.

Higher ed IT workforce ‘never going back’ to pre-pandemic ways

by EdScoop Staff

On the Cutting EDge podcast, University of Wisconsin CIO Lois Brooks says the COVID-19 pandemic forever changed the higher ed IT workforce.

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