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Universal Health Services (UHS), which operates hundreds of hospitals in the United States, said Monday its computer network shut down due to a security issue, marking possibly the largest cyberattack to date in the U.S.

The Hoh Tribe, which is based on the Pacific coast, roughly 23 miles south of the town of Forks, said on Twitter this week it was now receiving a high-speed connection from the constellation of satellites blasted into orbit by Elon Musk's company.

A step-by-step guide to help school districts identify students who lack a home Internet connection or a dedicated learning device.

The days of waking up to snowfall and heading back to sleep because school is canceled may be a thing of the past, as students in Michigan and across the rest of the country acclimate to online education.

Project OVERCOME, led by US Ignite and funded by the National Science Foundation, will select five proof-of-concept projects to grow access to broadband connectivity in underserved or unserved areas.

Here’s how IT teams can help mitigate cyberthreats in today’s educational environment.

Your personal information is valuable. That’s why hackers try to steal it. This year, for National Cyber Security Awareness Month, we’ve got tips to help you keep your personal information from ending up in the hands of a hacker.

The Federal Communications Commission-provided funds have historically been distributed to institutions instead of people.

    Dealing with the aftermath of ransomware attacks is like Russian roulette. Submitting the ransom might seem like it’s the sole option for recovering locked data. But paying the ransom doesn’t mean that your organization will get its affected data back.

    The COVID-19 pandemic has made it harder for many people, especially those who are more at risk for contracting the virus, to get the in-person care they need. However, new research from the University of Virginia shows that getting healthcare in the middle of a pandemic could be as simple as going to a nearby library.


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