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Higher Education briefing for Microsoft Partners - 19 August 2014
Microsoft Australia and CAUDIT - Higher Education Partner Briefing – 19 th August On behalf of the Microsoft Australia Higher Education team and the Council of Australian Directors of IT (CAUDIT), I’d like to invite you to attend a Microsoft Education Partner Briefing specifically for partners focusing...
4 Aug 2014
Business Intelligence in Universities - Briefing event co-hosted by Microsoft and CALUMO - 12 October
We’re co-hosting a free ‘Business Intelligence in Universities’ event in Melbourne on the morning of the 12th October, at our Freshwater Place offices. It will be a focused roundtable event, where you’ll be able to learn from the experiences of other universities, as well as the speakers from Microsoft...
25 Sep 2011
The Education Sessions at Australia Partner Conference - Part Six
This is part six of a series, covering the Education sessions at the Microsoft Australia Partner Conference. Start at part one (The Microsoft Australia Education Team) here … Common objections you’ll meet with education ICT decision makers There’s a common fallacy that CIO’s and their teams in education...
1 Sep 2011
What are the key issues for University CIOs in Australia?
CAUDIT (the Council of Australian University Directors of Information Technology) has just published a really useful list of the key issues for University CIOs and IT Directors within Australia - or, as they describe it, those issues which were keeping them awake at night. They are: Mobility & Personal...
28 Apr 2011
University CIOs - being pulled in all directions
I've written before about the mindset of a university CIO ( see all 'Mindset of a CIO' posts ), as part of trying to look at the world through their eyes - What is it the are challenged by? What keeps them up at night? And what do they think is going well? At the CCA Educause conference in Sydney...
13 Apr 2011
Every university in Australia will lose market share - what does that mean for university CIOs?
I was just reading some analysts research - which sadly I can't share because of copyright issues - and it hit me that over the next decade every university in Australia is going to have a smaller share of the global student body than in the past decade. And that is going to impact on the University...
11 Apr 2011
The mindset of a university CIO - Part three - Monash University's IT support shakeup
If you're involved in Higher Education IT, then there's an article over on CIO.com.au that's worth a read. The story is about the way that Monash University (Australia's largest university, with 60,000 students) has consolidated their IT service requests function, moving from supporting users through...
6 Apr 2011
The mindset of a university CIO - Part Two
Last week I highlighted an interview with an outgoing Australian University CIO - Mick Houlahan of the University of Western Sydney. This week, I've got another one to point to - this time it's the incoming CIO for RMIT, Brian Clark, who's also been sharing his ideas with CIO Australia . Having met new...
23 Mar 2011
The mindset of a university CIO
If you're working with University IT teams, you're going to eventually be talking with (or wanting to talk with) the CIO. After all, there's a common belief that they are involved in all the key decisions. But if you've not worked with many before, how do you approach the conversation? What is it that...
15 Mar 2011
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