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University CIOs Have The Hardest Job
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Neal Tilley, Director- Business Development Education Vertical, Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise

I salute the Higher Education CIOs across the world. No other enterprise would have the complex mix of constituents, diverse technology demands and unique budget constraints. Every university CIO has to balance the expectations of the Students...

Fostering Virtual Collaboration for Higher Education Institutions in Today's Digital Learning Environment
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Dennis Bonilla, Executive Dean, College of Information Systems and Technology, School of Business and College of Criminal Justice, University of Phoenix

Higher education institutions often view collaboration as the joint effort between various departments to realize or achieve a unified goal. Typically, this goal is increased retention or graduation rates. However, the ubiquity of online...

Fostering Virtual Collaboration for Higher Education Institutions in Today's Digital Learning Environment
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Dennis Bonilla, Executive Dean, College of Information Systems and Technology, School of Business and College of Criminal Justice, University of Phoenix

Higher education institutions often view collaboration as the joint effort between various departments to realize or achieve a unified goal. Typically, this goal is increased retention or graduation rates. However, the ubiquity of online...

Virtual Learning: choosing the right tools
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The present trend in learning involves the use of technology to create a Virtual learning experience. The choice of the right tools is important, as they influence the whole online learning experience. Therefore, it is crucial that we take the...

Virtual Learning: choosing the right tools
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The present trend in learning involves the use of technology to create a Virtual learning experience. The choice of the right tools is important, as they influence the whole online learning experience. Therefore, it is crucial that we take the...

Preventing Cyber-Attacks in Universities with Operational Collaboration
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Michael Corn, Deputy CIO & CISO, Brandeis University

University networks have long been viewed as poor models for information security. However in practice many of the challenges facing these networks (broad adoption of consumer-grade services and BYOD for example) are increasingly challenging...

Fostering Virtual Collaboration for Higher Education Institutions in Today's Digital Learning Environment
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Dennis Bonilla, Executive Dean, College of Information Systems and Technology, School of Business and College of Criminal Justice at University of Phoenix

Higher education institutions often view collaboration as the joint effort between various departments to realize or achieve a unified goal. Typically, this goal is increased retention or graduation rates. However, the ubiquity of online...

Fostering Virtual Collaboration for Higher Education Institutions in Today's Digital Learning Environment
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Dennis Bonilla, Executive Dean, College of Information Systems and Technology, School of Business and College of Criminal Justice at University of Phoenix

Higher education institutions often view collaboration as the joint effort between various departments to realize or achieve a unified goal. Typically, this goal is increased retention or graduation rates. However, the ubiquity of online...

New Digital Strategies Depend on IT's Soft Skills
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Steven Burrell, VP for IT and CIO, Northern Arizona University

Higher education CIOs are transitioning from a focus on operating IT and more towards innovation and reengineering tasks in response to increased market competition for students, improved effectiveness around educational outcomes, and demands for...

Opal Group'sEdu-Tech / Edu-Tech Academics: A New Way to Solve the Biggest Issues in Education
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February 21, 2018 (San Antonio, TX) – Opal Group, a global conference organizer that caters to top executives and influencers, will host three exclusive programs designed for the key decision makers of the nation’s largest K-12 school...

Education Adopting Latest Technologies
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Rama Dhuwaraha, AVC & CIO, University of North Texas System

The benefits of cloud computing for the Education industry can only be realized if we align our education and IT strategy. This alignment will help us improve outcomes in the quality of research and education. If cloud solutions are leveraged...

Cloud - A Game Changer for the Education Industry
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Diane Jones, Chief Information and Strategic Officer, Detroit Public Schools

Advances in IT applications are presenting the education industry with opportunities to leverage the power of IT to create new value through digital instruction. Technologies that enable education movement include cellular and wireless networks,...

Cloud - A Game Changer for the Education Industry
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Diane Jones, Chief Information and Strategic Officer, Detroit Public Schools

Advances in IT applications are presenting the education industry with opportunities to leverage the power of IT to create new value through digital instruction. Technologies that enable education movement include cellular and wireless networks,...

Driving Second Order Change with Technology
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Doug Johnson, Director of Technology, Burnsville-Eagan-Savage (MN) Public Schools

When your district’s parents ask their kids how they used technology in school that day, how would your students answer? We read an e-textbook. We took a quiz. We wrote a paper. Or would the responses be: I read an article especially...

Driving Second Order Change with Technology
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Doug Johnson, Director of Technology, Burnsville-Eagan-Savage (MN) Public Schools

When your district’s parents ask their kids how they used technology in school that day, how would your students answer? We read an e-textbook. We took a quiz. We wrote a paper. Or would the responses be: I read an article especially...

River of Change within Higher Education Technology
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John Godfrey, AVC & CISO, University of Kansas Medical Center

“No one ever steps into the same river twice, for it is not the same river and they are not the same person.” This adapted aphorism by Heraclitus sets the stage for the contemporary challenges that leaders of technology within...

Higher Education's Secret Sauce: Cooperation and Collaboration
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Donald Z. Spicer, AVC & CIO, University System of Maryland

Given the competitive orientation of most corporations, the ability to cooperate and/ or collaborate is limited to close partners and suppliers. While higher education institutions compete for students, faculty, and research grants, the overall...

Upgrading the Cycle of Learning
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Bob Johnson, CIO/ VP, Student and Information Services, Rhodes College

Seeking the Benefits of Cloud In addition to teaching and research, the Education Industry has grafted on healthcare and psychological counseling, hospitality and entertainment services, sports management, career planning and placement, and...

High Performance Computing-Our Path to Success
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Joe Gargiulo, CIO, Southern Methodist University

If you had the choice of High-Performance Computing (HPC) or low-performance computing, which one would you pick? Nobody asks if you want low-performance computing, because who would want that? Maybe if you didn’t care when you got the...

How Do You Spell Security Relief? We say FireEye!
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Ray Caplinger, Director, Networking & Telecommunications, Colorado Springs School District 11

As with most schools and businesses, Colorado Springs School district 11 struggled with malware entering the District through various means–e-mail attachments, personal devices and things that were too new to catch. Antivirus was simply not...

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