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This event explores how CIOs are establishing new rules of engaging with vendors and the campus community to discipline IT vendor spend across campus.
As higher education institutions across the world are adapting to serving students remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic, new challenges seem to arise each day, if not by the hour. Of those challenges, one foundational need stands out -student access to technology and the internet.
Amid the shift to remote operations, IT teams must identify opportunities to contain costs or increase efficiencies to manage increased workloads and offset emergency spend. Our resources help leaders prioritize new projects, optimize purchases—both centrally and locally, and creatively use student labor to respond to workload surges.
If the COVID-19 crisis ends with this semester, that will be enough, and IT can take its well-deserved curtain call. But we may well need a longer-term response. Institutions needn’t think just yet about what the post-pandemic “new normal” will be, but they do need to shore up current improvisations for potentially extended use.
On May 7th, EAB’s Alec Pallin sat down with Kellie Campbell, Chief Technology Officer at Vermont Technical College (VTC) in Randolph Center, Vermont. Kellie shared insights around VTC’s COVID-19 cloud strategy and how their flexible budget model accommodated COVID-19’s rapid changes.
Some schools are rolling out new, scalable IT service models amid technology disruption. Learn how one university embraces organizational design by rehiring existing IT staff to a new offsite location.
Hear from one district three strategies with detailed guidance to accommodate teacher and student needs for online learning while keeping the network safe.
This webinar features prioritization tactics and practices from over 10 different IT Forum members.
Bringing a digital strategy to life: expert advice from the University of Greenwich’s Director of Information and Library Services
It’s one thing to acknowledge the need for digital innovation and digital dexterity in response to student expectations and business continuity challenges—and another thing to bring those ideas to fruition. Digital strategies can be really helpful in this regard, aligning campus stakeholders around a shared vision for a digital university.
Our meeting series will explore the existential threats facing campus IT and provide insight into where some technology organizations are finding success.