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Despite widespread appetite for digital-first, data-driven workflows, many institutions remain trapped in analog processes. Learn how college and university CIOs can help their campus embrace emerging technologies and meaningful digital innovation.
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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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About the Webconference Over the last year, colleges and universities have been asking the IT Forum how they can assess if virtual or augmented reality (VR/AR) technology is a good fit for their campus. To address these questions, we’ve brought together four panelists from institutions that have adopted VR/AR technology. If VR/AR technology is on […]
This webconference features prioritization tactics and practices from over 10 different IT Forum members.