Hackers Accessed Banking Data and Login Credentials of Blackbaud Customers
It has been confirmed that the hackers who carried out a ransomware attack in May, were able to access more data than initially believed. It seems the hackers accessed banking information, social security numbers as well as usernames/passwords belonging to Blackbaud clients.
Customers whom the firm believed could have personal data in jeopardy were being contacted the week of September 27, 2020. Support will be provided for those customers and security enhancements have been put in place and will remain for the foreseeable future.
Conferencing – State Fair Community College
YuJa Formally Announces Partnership With State Fair Community College to Provide Campus-Wide Video CMS and Lecture Capture Capabilities
State Fair Community College has recently signed a multi-year agreement with YuJa in order to be provided with lecture capture, video CMS, and live streaming capabilities. YuJa’s media solutions will not only provide software-based tools for instructors and students to create ad-hoc recordings and student-generated content but will also provide the college with a private media destination for review and editing prior to publishing.
Library Information System – University of Cape Town
University of Cape Town Libraries are First in South Africa to Adopt Ex Libris Leganto Reading List Solution
The University of Cape Town (UCT) Libraries in South Africa selected the Ex Libris Leganto solution and have already begun rolling it out to academic staff. Leganto, which is integrated with the Ex Libris Alma platform and the Ex Libris Primo tool, offers professors the opportunity to align their teaching and learning strategy with that of the University’s Vision 2030 Plan.
Leganto is seen as a tool that will optimize the visibility of UCT while demonstrating the return on investment in information resources.
Source: Library Technology Guide
Online Program Management – New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts
Online Film School: Behind the Scenes of the New Program from IndieWire, Rolling Stone, NYU, and Yellowbrick
New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts has joined forces with Yellowbrick in order to design a certificate program in Film and TV Industry Essentials via remote learning. The new program started this Fall with veteran filmmakers and executives as guest speakers offering interviews through remote technology using OpenReel, a virtual video recording, and creation platform.