News Clips for Jan. 7, 2020

How higher ed can improve security and user experience with modern identity governance tools

Colleges and universities with diverse user populations can deliver a more seamless and secure user experience by managing identity governance independently of traditional access management platforms, according to an IT associate director from the University of Utah.

Does Colorado or Utah Have Better Snow?

Coloradans love to tout the state's supremacy in all things skiing and winter recreation, but can we really make the argument that we have better snow than our neighbor to the west? Here's what the experts say.

Utah think tank says state should cut CO2 emissions 80% by 2050

Utah should strive to slash air pollution by half and carbon dioxide emissions by 80% in coming decades, a goal that would demand commitment from government leaders, industry and each state resident, the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute argues.

Convicted killer’s case on hold as U.S. Supreme Court considers juveniles getting life without parole

A judge has put on hold the case of a Utah man sentenced to life in prison without parole when he was 17. That’s so the U.S. Supreme Court can consider a similar case that could alter his sentence.