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Identity Management in Higher Education, 2011—Key Findings
June 1, 2011

This document presents the key findings from Identity Management in Higher Education, 2011. This ECAR research study illuminates findings from the 2010 survey of identity management (IdM) …

Institutional Data Management in Higher Education—Key Findings
December 1, 2009

This document presents the key findings from the 2009 ECAR study of institutional data management, which examines the policies and practices by which higher education institutions effectively col…

Spreading the Word: Messaging and Communications in Higher Education - Key Findings
March 31, 2009

This document presents the key findings from the 2009 ECAR study, Spreading the Word: Messaging and Communications in Higher Education, by Mark C. Sheehan, with Judith A. Pirani. The study presen…

Safeguarding the Tower: IT Security in Higher Education 2006 – Key Findings
October 12, 2006

This document presents the key findings of the ECAR study, Safeguarding the Tower: IT Security in Higher Education 2006. When ECAR studied IT security in 2003, we discovered that despite efforts …

Identity Management in Higher Education: A Baseline Study Key Findings
April 18, 2006

These Key Findings describe the major discoveries of the ECAR research study called "Identity Management in Higher Education: A Baseline Study". This ECAR research study illuminates fin…

Public Key Infrastructure: Making Progress, But Many Challenges Remain Key Findings
March 28, 2003

Public Key Infrastructure: Making Progress, But Many Challenges Remain" is a Key Findings summary. Research Director Dan Blum and Analyst Gerry Gebel provide an update to Burton Group'…

Information Technology Security: Governance, Strategy, and Practice in Higher Education Key Findings
October 24, 2003

U.S. higher education institutions have historically enjoyed a culture of open access to information. The free flow of information faces increasing challenges as concerns about information securi…