In higher education, as in most industries, there is a great push for achieving human and tech synergy. Solid marketing, HR and other strategies alone will not help you remain competitive. A clever digital strategy is equally important. There is one problem, however – universities are complex ecosystems. Click below to learn more.
LTS releases are often favoured by larger organisations for their stability, security, and reduced change management. There are pros and cons to LTS software versions, especially if you are continuously transitioning from LTS to LTS. Click below to read more.
Catalyst’s Follow the Sun Support means there’s a technical expert available to address any issues you might have with your enterprise LMS 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, regardless of your time zone; work is performed during normal working hours, wherever that may be in the world. Click below to learn more.
According to recent data, globally, cyber attacks increased by 38% in 2022, compared to the previous year, with the top three most attacked industries being Education / Research, Government and Healthcare. Here is what you must know and do to protect your organisation. Click below to start.
Here are some of the highlights from the Catalyst IT team on the Moodle 4.1 release. It is feature rich, highly configurable and most importantly, flexible to individual organisation's needs. Click below to learn more.
We are very excited to have received two of these very special recognitions at the 2022 Moodle Certified Partner Awards last week - LMS Contributor of the Year for our global team (Catalyst IT New Zealand, Australia, UK and Canada) and Moodle Premium Partner of the Year for the APAC region for Catalyst IT Australia.
According to various sources, data breaches around the world have risen anywhere between 50% to 500% in just the last quarter of this year. The only way to reduce the risk of being affected by the various hacking techniques is to take a multi-layered approach to your IT security system as we do here at Catalyst IT.
In case you missed this in the Moodle Community News, a friendly reminder for all Moodle users that the fix is now available in Moodle 4.0.3, 3.11.9 and 3.9.16 to ensure the safety of your site.
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How Drupal 9 builds on existing security controls to protect your organization against XSS and SQL Injection attacks.
Learn how to build and protect a complex Drupal website, one that remains resistant to cyber attacks and data breaches.
Introducing two new Moodle Academy courses to get started with the open source LMS.