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  • Blog Post: 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...
  • Blog Post: 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...
  • Blog Post: 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...
  • Blog Post: 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...
  • Blog Post: 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...
  • Blog Post: 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...
  • Blog Post: 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...
  • Blog Post: 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...
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