MCNC welcomes Johnston County educator for Teachers@Work week

2017-07-14 - MCNC is pleased to welcome Business Education and Technology teacher Jessica Brooke Woodard this week as part of the annual Teachers@Work week organized by the North Carolina Business Committee for Education and NCDPI. Read More

MCNC to host Durham middle school for Students@Work

2017-03-20 - MCNC will welcome students from Brogden Middle School in Durham on Thursday for Students@Work, the annual job shadowing and mentoring initiative organized by the North Carolina Business Committee for Education and NCDPI. Read More

MCNC’s John Warf is ‘Making IT Happen’ in North Carolina

2017-03-13 - MCNC Senior Client Network Engineer John Warf was recently recognized at NCTIES 2017 with an international award honoring outstanding educators and leaders in educational technology. Read More

First North Carolina education institutions test Federated Identity Program

2017-02-28 - MCNC, the non-profit operator of the North Carolina Research and Education Network (NCREN), announced that Davie County Schools, Rockingham County Schools and Davidson County Community College have become the first registered constituents for K-14 education in North Carolina to join the InCommon Steward Program. Read More

MCNC visits K-12 on listening tour

2017-02-22 - MCNC provided updates on its new Enhanced DDoS Protection capabilities and discussed how these service enhancements help keep NC schools protected against the growing threat of DDoS attacks. Read More

MCNC Performs Test of Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery Plan

2017-02-22 - MCNC’s executive management approved a new Business Continuity / Disaster Recovery (BCDR) plan for the organization in 2016. In January, 2017, MCNC performed a tabletop exercise to test the new BCDR plan. Read More

N.C. Research & Education Network Extends Reach from Atlanta to Washington, D.C.

2016-12-09 - The North Carolina Research & Education Network (NCREN), a statewide network serving North Carolina universities, colleges and state government, has been extended to enhance research and collaboration opportunities with the addition of a 775 route-miles of fiber optic network connecting NCREN to Atlanta and Washington, D.C. Read More

MCNC works to extend FIM solutions to K-12, Community Colleges

2016-12-09 - On the 12th and final day of the 12 Days of Broadband, we highlight a first-in-the-nation, proof of concept to extend InCommon Federated Identity Management (FIM) technologies from universities to include K-12 education and community colleges in North Carolina. Read More

MCNC celebrates team, individual recognition

2016-12-08 - On the eighth day of the 12 Days of Broadband, we spotlight how MCNC’s innovative staff, work environment and customer-first business model were recognized this year in the community. Read More