College and University technology leaders across the country, indeed across the globe, have demonstrated great agility and adaptability in the face of moving to remote education and work. For many, the effort can be described as “turning on a dime.” Some institutions have made this transition by benefiting from institutional strategies that focused on mobility.
Business continuity is paramount at any time, but particularly now. Ferrilli has been supporting many schools that use the Ellucian Colleague® system with a service called CORE System Administration services. We are pleased to announce that we are now extending that service to our Ellucian Banner® clients.
Over my many years in higher education technology leadership the word innovation has been used, perhaps overused, to describe what we do with technology. As I’ve watched colleagues move, with some trepidation, to new working environments I’ve seen innovation at its finest.
Who on earth starts writing a blog during a pandemic? Interestly, more people than you might expect. Technology provides wonderful ways to express feelings (read just about any Facebook page), make new traditions, and keep folks informed. There is some terrific work going on in the world today.
Recent news of large scale data breaches present cautionary tales of the risks associated with storing and maintaining sensitive information. What you may not be aware of is that institutions of Higher Education are increasingly being targeted not only because of their rich troves of sensitive information, but also because many of them are inadequately protected.
The Forum of Greater Philadelphia and Philadelphia Media Network, publisher of The Philadelphia Inquirer, Daily News and Philly.com announce Philly’s 2017 winners of the fastest-growing privately-held companies.
Ferrilli not only knows technology in the rapidly-changing Ed Tech landscape, they also know how to teach people, to teach people, to use it.
Relationships mean everything to Ferrilli. Their long partnership with Pratt Institute provides solid proof of the power of IT to enhance student success.
The “WannaCry” virus has infected numerous computers around the world. The WannaCry virus can infect a server or desktop without any end user interaction. According to White House homeland security adviser Tom Bossert, more than 300,000 computers have been infected.
This virus impacts most modern Microsoft Windows Operating Systems. Continue reading ““WannaCry” Virus Prevention & Information”