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HCI, IaaS Help Universities Simplify Infrastructure Management

EdTech Magazine - Higher Education

Simplicity has been Fordham University’s game plan for the past decade. Since shifting its enterprise resource planning system from its New York campus to Amazon Web Services in 2012, the school has moved about 85 percent of its infrastructure to cloud services.

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SUNY College Will Pay $5.2M to Fix Software ‘Disaster’

Inside Higher Ed

million to replace WorkDay, an enterprise resource planning system, according to The Buffalo News. The Erie Community College Board of Trustees has approved spending $5.2 College officials told county legislators that the system had cost the college over $12 million in platform and consulting fees over the last five years.

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Highlights from Higher Ed: International Enrollment, Campus IT Challenges, Global Recruitment, and Most-Regretted Majors 

Liaison International

The final four challenges include “converting data analytics into action plans to power institutional performance,” improving IT support, “developing a learning-first, technology-enabled learning strategy,” and managing investments in enterprise resource planning solutions. Source: eCampus News.

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7 missteps university leaders must avoid in their AI approach


Instead, higher education leaders should proactively develop an institutional AI plan tailored to their unique needs and goals. But ideally, institutions should also clearly articulate their needs to inform vendor product development or even co-build products with vendors.

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Higher Ed Lessons in Interim Leadership

UIA (University Innovation Alliance)

Reyes joined UIC in 2021 as Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, the university’s chief academic officer to advise on matters of academic policy, strategic direction, enrollment management and academic resource planning.