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The"Barbarians" Are Adapting and Evolving, Are We?

By Sam Segran,

Cheif Information Officer,

Texas Tech University

5 Steps to Successfully Integrate Technology into Education

5 Steps to Successfully Integrate Technology into Education

By Jason Dewling, VP, Academic and Research, Olds College

The Challenges for Higher Education

The Challenges for Higher Education

By Kim Peretti, VP, Adobe Training Services

Top 10 Corporate Education and Training Companies 2017

Top 10 Corporate Education and Training Companies 2017

By Editorial and Advising Board of ES Outlook

Doing More with Less: Improving Operational Efficiency through Technology and Innovation

By Cindy Skaruppa, VP, Enrollment Services, Cleveland State University

Janet Stimple, Assistant Vice President, Enrollment Services, Cleveland State University

Doing More with Less: Improving Operational Efficiency through Technology and Innovation

In today’s higher education landscape where doing more with fewer resources is the norm, leveraging technology to improve processes and gain efficiencies is imperative. Over the past...more>>

The Positive Impact of Large Scale Technology Initiatives on Existing and New Educational Programs

By Nicholas Schiner, Team Leader, Baltimore County Public Schools’ Office of Innovative Learning

Ryan Imbriale, Executive Director, Baltimore County Public Schools’ Department of Innovative Learning

The Positive Impact of Large Scale Technology Initiatives on Existing and New Educational Programs

The power of any organi­zation’s technology in­frastructure is not simply in its hardware and soft­ware solutions, but rather an effective combination of equitable access, ...more>>

Implications of Trust

By Jeffrey Cepull, Vice President and CIO, Philadelphia University

Implications of Trust

We engage many forms of trust interaction on a daily basis—digital certificates, identity, and access management systems, credentials, proxies, federation, among others. These elements...more>>

What's Really Better: Workforce Training Or Four-Year College?

By Stuart Udell, CEO, K12

What's Really Better: Workforce Training Or Four-Year College?

Graduation season is upon us. Corporate recruiters will soon be flooded with resumes from eager young people looking to land their first jobs. But their job hunt may take a while....more>>

Technological Initiatives for Building a Better Learning Environment

By Edward Grassia, Cheif Information Officer, Washoe County School District

Technological Initiatives for Building a Better Learning Environment

Benefits of Cloud Computing for the Education Industry Cloud computing has provided tools and flexibility that were previously unavailable to K-12 schools and districts simply based on ...more>>

A Useful Case Study of Enterprise Services Cooperation in Higher Education

By Don Spicer, Associate Vice Chancellor & CIO, University System of Maryland

A Useful Case Study of Enterprise Services Cooperation in Higher Education

Background The University System of Maryland (USM) consists of 12 four-year and graduate higher education institutions that is a public corporation with a single Board of Regents. The...more>>

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Walter Curd, VP & CIO, Maxim Integrated

SAP as a Transaction Activity

By Walter Curd, VP & CIO, Maxim Integrated

Jeff Donaldson, SVP & CIO, Gamestop

Delivering New Values

By Jeff Donaldson, SVP & CIO, Gamestop

Chad Ehmke, CIO, Sally Beauty Holdings

The Omni- Channel Challenge

By Chad Ehmke, CIO, Sally Beauty Holdings

Wendy Gonzalez, Senior Vice President & Managing Director, Samasource

Bigger than Big Data: Artificial Intelligence Powered

By Wendy Gonzalez, Senior Vice President & Managing Director, Samasource