During the Covid-19 emergency, GARR found new ways to support the research and education community in Italy, which was heavily affected by the lockdown measures imposed on the whole country.
In the coming months, GARR is offering a wide range of training opportunities to cybersecurity, schools, open science but also to all those who want to master the art of communicating effectively online. Let's see them in detail.
The Italian national funds necessary to complete the Bologna Technopole have been officially authorised.
GARR Conference “Sustainable/Digital. Data and technology for the future” will take place from 19 to 21 May 2021 in Palermo.
In a meeting held on 5 may 2020 and chaired by the Minister for Technology Innovation, Ms. Paola Pisano, the national UltraBroadband Committee (CoBUL), has allocated 400 millions of euros to interconnect over 32.000 Italian schools with...
GARR joins the Sos Digitale initiative, an association created with the aim of overcoming digital barriers during the COVID-19 crisis and particularly focused on schools.
The COVID-19 emergency measures did not stop GARR training activities, which presents a series of online initiatives for the coming months.
In these days in which most organizations have switched to home working, it is important not to loose sight of cybersecurity.
To keep in touch with colleagues, but also with family and friends, during this lockdown everyone is videoconferencing, often for many hours a day and jumping from a tool to another depending on whom they are talking to.
It was 16 March 2020 and the Italian lockdown had just been applied at the national level a couple of days before.
In the framework of the agreement signed with Resecurity, Inc., GARR-CERT started the trial of the Risk platform.
The EOSC-Pillar project, coordinated by GARR, will present the results of its national initiatives survey in a webinar to be held on Friday, 3rd of April 2020, at 13:00 CEST.
To support online teaching in the field of music and the performing arts, GARR and the education and research community are committed to offering resources and training opportunities.
Claudio Allocchio, GARR Senior Techincal Officer, and one of the founders of the Italian Research and Education Network was elected Chair of the GÉANT Community Committee (GCC), the organ that facilitates the dialogue between network users and...
Because of the COVID-19 emergency, the planned events for 2020 had to be reconsidered.
In order to address the emergency COVID-19, GARR is providing open and free videoconferencing services, suitable for organising webinars but also remote classes or work meetings.
How is the COVID-19 emergency in Italy affecting network traffic? The first effect of the boom in online classes offered by the Italian universities was to reverse the direction of network traffic.
From Tuesday 10 March, GARR staff have been operating mainly remotely (smart working) following the evolution of the COVID-19 emergency.
Fino al 10 marzo è possibile candidarsi per diventare speaker alla Conferenza GARR, che sarà ospitata dall’Università di Palermo dal 20 al 22 maggio.