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The News Machine shares breaking news from our clients – across industries and around the country.

Safeguarding Education: Navigating Privacy and Compliance in Teacher Communications

By |2024-01-20T14:42:03-06:00January 20th, 2024|Client News|

Effective communication lies at the heart of education. For teachers, parents, and students, it’s the bridge that connects them, fostering collaboration and support. However, as modern technology makes us more accessible to each other than ever, schools navigate privacy concerns, legal regulations, and evolving communication demands.

Overcoming legacy systems with data-driven solutions

By |2024-01-20T14:16:29-06:00January 20th, 2024|Client News|

Considering a core migration in the near future? You're in good company. Over 60% of banks are either in the midst of or are contemplating a shift to a contemporary cloud-based core banking system. A combination of factors fuels this momentum after many financial institutions (FIs) delayed their modernization projects for years – or decades.

The Imperative of Workload Automation Before Core System Upgrades in Financial Institutions

By |2024-01-20T14:13:14-06:00January 20th, 2024|Client News|

Considering a core migration in the near future? You're in good company. Over 60% of banks are either in the midst of or are contemplating a shift to a contemporary cloud-based core banking system. A combination of factors fuels this momentum after many financial institutions (FIs) delayed their modernization projects for years – or decades.

From using AI to enhance studying to developing a malaria treatment, these 4 brands are education innovators

By |2024-01-20T13:45:46-06:00January 20th, 2024|Client News|

Whether it’s a biochemistry researcher at Purdue University developing a drug with a near 100% success rate in treating malaria, or Sesame Workshop ensuring that children fleeing the war in Ukraine have access to books, these brands are showing what a commitment to education looks like.

3 ways faculty and administrators are embracing AI beyond the classroom

By |2024-01-20T12:28:28-06:00October 18th, 2023|Client News|

It’s no secret that artificial intelligence has gripped the higher education sector in more ways than inside the classroom. Although most colleges and universities are scrambling to moderate precisely how students should be allowed to use it, faculty and administrators are inviting its use systemwide.

Targeted Interventions to Reduce Unnecessary ER Utilization, Lower Costs, and Improve Outcomes

By |2024-01-20T13:00:41-06:00October 18th, 2023|Client News|

The overutilization of emergency room (ER) services for non-emergency cases has long been an issue. For decades it has contributed to rising healthcare costs and overcrowding, negatively affecting access to care for patients with true emergencies.

How empowering first-generation students with success coaches builds equity

By |2024-01-20T12:29:09-06:00September 19th, 2023|Client News|

Success coaches serve as academic compasses, guiding first-generation students toward their highest potential by introducing them to the wide range of available resources, including financial assistance, access to technology, opportunities to study abroad or virtually and mental health support.

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