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| November 13, 2019
With 70 schools offering 8 world-class curricula in 14 countries, GEMS Education is the leading provider of private school education in the world.
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It’s not just the wealth of sensitive data that places higher education institutions at greater risk. Higher ed also tends to be stretched thinner than other industries in terms of vulnerability management and other cybersecurity resources. Higher ed institutions typically lack the capacity to focus on everything they need to, especially given the threat level to student data, says Keith Rajecki, vice president of the public sector, education and research industry solutions group at Oracle.
Common security concerns for K–12 districts, particularly the frequent targeting for cyberattacks, are generally not balanced by increased budgets for defensive technology or talent. And although smaller facilities have become front-line targets, many regional and satellite schools must make do with shared IT resources and personnel. The Fortinet FortiGate 60E security appliance is a good choice for providing cybersecurity protection to smaller schools and regional offices without the need for intense operating expenses or dedicated IT experts. It’s a tiny — smaller than 1U — appliance designed for installation at the gateway to a remote or small facility.
With the right tools, educators can pinpoint subject areas where students struggle or skills that teachers need additional training to master. In operations, data can help administrators gauge the effectiveness of technology deployments and measure efficiency indicators such as use or spending. Those benefits are among the reasons why the Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) highlighted data-driven practices as one of the top five accelerators in its recently released report, “Driving K–12 Innovation: 2020 Hurdles + Accelerators.” The rest of the list includes social-emotional learning, learners as creators, personalization and building the human capacity of leaders.
Universities and colleges across the world are always looking for new and innovative ways to provide their students with the best learning experience. Advancement in technology, especially the introduction of 5G technology, has made it easy for the tutor to not just connect with their students. It also made it easy for them to teach highly complex topics, however, a few technical issues can still be experienced. Things like buffering, for example, can reduce the time tutors have with their students. Every college or university knows just how important technology is in the classroom and that is why we have seen an increase in educational institutions investing in 5G technology.
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