Because of the very nature of how post-secondary institutions share information and because of their diverse and mobile population, post-secondary institutions are environments that are conducive to cybersecurity incidents and …
The NB/PEI Educational Computer Network (ECN), a consortium in support of all publicly funded universities and colleges in New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island, announced today that it continues to …
The NB/PEI Educational Computer Network (ECN) reduced IT costs for members—and thus funders including the provinces—an annual average of $1.3M over the past five years—a 100% return on investment. In …
Planning to retire at the end of August 2018 made me reflect on my 39 years at Mt. A. and my encounters with the ECN. I became Director of the …
We are pleased to announce the creation of a new 3 year ECN Strategic Plan.
The Canadian National Data Services Framework Summit gathered a broad stakeholder community to discuss the opportunities and challenges of building National Data Services in support of research data stewardship in Canada.
– Research Data Canada (RDC)
FREDERICTON, Aug. 24, 2017 /CNW/ – The Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) and the New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island Educational Computer Network (ECN) have introduced a new service to provide ECN members with improved DNS protection and performance. ECN connects post-secondary institutions in New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island to provide high quality Information and Communication Technology services to their member institutions.
Mount Allison University and St. Thomas University will see cost savings in their IT departments after consolidating some of their IT equipment and services at the University of New Brunswick (UNB) data centre.
UNB’s refurbished data centre, located on the Fredericton campus, provides secure, reliable, economical and sustainable IT facilities for the higher education sector. [more]