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Enterprise IT Leadership Conference 2013
April 16-18, 2013
St. Louis, Missouri
No Boundaries: Leading IT in an Open Enterprise
About the Conference
At the Enterprise IT Leadership Conference 2013, "No Boundaries: Leading IT in an Open Enterprise," participants shared ideas on enterprise strategies for a changing higher education IT environment. Specifically, the conference focused on:
- Governance and Data-Driven Decisions
- Institutional Strategic Planning and Technology
- IT Service and Systems Management
EDUCAUSE plans to host an enterprise conference in 2014. Stay tuned for date and location information.
Location: The conference took place at the Hilton St. Louis at the Ballpark, One South Broadway, St. Louis, MO 63102.
General Session Speakers
Moderator: Peter Murray, CIO/VP,University of Maryland, Baltimore
Janice Abraham, President and CEO, United Educators
Cathy Hubbs, Chief Information Security Officer, American University
Gary Langsdale, University Risk Officer, The Pennsylvania State University
Enterprise systems and information security are emerging as important areas for risk assessment and treatment.
Wednesday's general session is publicly available. To view, click on the session title and then on the video tab.
Thursday: Career Planning for IT Leaders
Mark Askren, Chief Information Officer, University of Nebraska - Lincoln
IT leaders in higher education spend a lot of time focused on the new normal of increased demand, reduced resources, and constant change, but don't often invest much time on their career growth.
Two Conferences, One Day of Combined Sessions
The Enterprise IT Leadership and Security Professionals conferences were scheduled to have one half-day of combined sessions. These joint sessions gave IT leaders from both disciplines the opportunity to get to know each other better and discuss enterprise security issues.
Who Participated in 2013
Nearly 120 higher education professionals participated in the conference. See the participant list (login and registration required) and view the downloadable PDF registration lists for the 2013 meeting by:
- Geographic location
- Job title category
- Specific job title
- Carnegie Classification
- Student FTE