Tag: IT 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.
As a result of a fast transition to virtual learning due to COVID-19, IT leaders should rally campus stakeholders to assess and improve cybersecurity.
Hear from one district three strategies with detailed guidance to accommodate teacher and student needs for online learning while keeping the network safe.
We answer five common questions about what the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) means for higher ed—and how colleges can best prepare.
Learn how progressive college and university IT teams are retraining and reskilling staff amid technology changes on campus.
Our meeting series will explore the existential threats facing campus IT and provide insight into where some technology organizations are finding success.
Before you reserve your seat for the IT Forum’s 2019-2020 roundtables, take a look back at last year’s content sessions and the value they delivered to our members.
Higher education technology leaders are asking themselves “”Is virtual reality worth the investment?”” Here’s two ways you can bring this sought-after technology to your campus without breaking the bank.
Rather than have central IT play catch-up to campus demands, integration must be a campus-wide strategic priority to harness data across silos. One approach, API-led integration, is already reaping rewards in higher education.
The IT Forum’s researchers aren’t the only smart, thoughtful people with IT expertise—so are our members. Learn how we’re helping CIOs take better advantage of one of the best features of membership: their peers.