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Just 9% of UK schools classed as ‘digitally mature’

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Just 9% of UK schools are classified as being digitally mature, while nearly one-third (31%) have put a few fundamentals in place necessary to embed digital technology within their school…

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Women in Sport calls for schools action to reframe sport for teenage girls

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Ahead of International Women’s Day, Women in Sport has found that more than one million teenage girls (43%) who once considered themselves ‘sporty’, disengage from sport following primary school. A…

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Education and government sectors suffered most cyberattacks in 2021

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Due to lesser investment into cybersecurity, some industries are more vulnerable to cybercriminal attacks. According to the data presented by the Atlas VPN team, education and government organizations suffered most…

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85% of UK’s top 20 universities not addressing email fraud

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Only 15 percent of the UK’s top 20 universities have implemented the recommended and strictest level of DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting & Conformance) protection, which prevents cybercriminals from spoofing…

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Criminals ‘targeting independent schools’ during pandemic

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New research from specialist insurer Ecclesiastical has found almost six in 10 (58%) independent schools are experiencing crime on their property or through nefarious cyber activities. The survey found that…

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Universities could generate £11.6bn from support services for business

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The National Council for Graduate Entrepreneurship (NCEE) has worked with Universities UK to analyse the impact universities can have on the UK’s economic and social recovery – and it looks like research…

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Seven-in-ten students rate the quality of digital learning as ‘best imaginable’

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A Jisc survey of 27,069 higher and further education students has revealed that most are pleased with their digital learning, but areas such as wellbeing, mental health and staff digital skills need…

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Global study reveals impacts of COVID-19 online learning boom

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Over a third of women believe that in the future, education will empower people to solve the world’s biggest issues such as the climate crisis, environmental and corporate sustainability, human…

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FM leaders ‘resistant to digital progress’

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Outdated attitudes towards technology amongst senior facilities management business leaders are at risk of jeopardising future business survival, new research has found. The Connected Enterprise report, produced by digital transformation…

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Oxford Net Zero launches to tackle global carbon emissions

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The Oxford Net Zero has launched, drawing on the university’s expertise in climate science and policy, addressing the critical issue of how to reach global ‘net zero’ – limiting greenhouse gases…

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