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Campus Technology 22nd Annual Education Conference

Boston, MA

Here are our Top 5 takeaways from the Campus Technology 22nd Annual Education Technology Conference. How do yours compare?

Disruptive innovation is changing teaching, learning, research, and operations. Disruption doesn’t have to involve high costs or risks, but it should give people access to good technology.
Non-traditional students now outnumber traditional 17-22 year olds, and technology is evolving to support this trend. With new models, people need good data more than ever to support student, academic, and institutional success.
Technology’s infrastructure must be solid. Demands for “anytime, anywhere” access are the norm. Providing reliable connectivity through wireless, networks, cloud, desktop, and mobile means it’s no longer a choice - it’s an expectation.
Increased access comes with increased risks of data and system breaches. Institutions need to assess their environments to bolster risk and security awareness, planning, and management.
Technology leadership is essential and many CIOs (50%) will be retiring over the next five years. New leaders need strong emotional/social intelligence and a vision for an effective IT culture.

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