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Get a sneak peek at our newest study, and discover 10 questions you need to ask when evaluating your current data-informed decision practices.
Colleges and universities want to use data to drive decisions and address their greatest challenges on campus—and many assume that the data to make those decisions is IT’s domain. However, collaboration between IT and other campus members is critical to improve the potential of data-informed decision making. Here’s why.
As the CIO's office increasingly strives to connect data across campus, many find their efforts fall short due to expensive, unsuccessful integrated networks. To ensure consistent interoperability, CIOs can learn from a common health care practice, which uses liquid data to create a common data structure centered on patient information.
Without effective data governance, campus leaders are left with inconsistent information across disparate silos, which limits their ability to generate useful analysis and to effectively secure sensitive information. Read this Roadmap and learn how IT leaders can collaborate across their institution to build enterprise-level data governance and maximize the value of their data assets.
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Learn how your campus’s complicated technology infrastructure may be holding back strategic analytics efforts.
Getting the most out of your data begins with good governance.
Our research found is that higher education is missing a key ingredient: a mechanism to store and source data from disparate systems, in one central location, under a governed data model. Read our briefing on why higher education institutions need a data management platform.