This article includes a wealth of information about how some members of the Higher Education Chief Privacy Officers group perceive their role, their concerns about privacy, and their expectations for the future of privacy officers in higher education.
Academic innovation requires a suite of skills, including flexibility and the ability to "build your own desk."
Like its corporate counterpart, a higher education product manager is responsible for the entire service offering lifecycle, serving as a user advocate and single point of contact.
Several factors combine to challenge an institution’s ability to move big scientific data sets over campus networks. Read more about new approaches to network design in the ECAR Working Group Paper, “Big Data in the Campus Landscape: Basic Infrastructure Support."
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