Checo cio corner tuesday april 6 2010 11 am to noon
This presentation is the property of its rightful owner.
Sponsored Links
1 / 14

CHECO CIO Corner Tuesday, April 6, 2010 11 AM to Noon PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 37 Views
  • Uploaded on
  • Presentation posted in: General

CHECO CIO Corner Tuesday, April 6, 2010 11 AM to Noon. Pat Burns, CSU Ken Stafford, DU Julie Ouska, CCCS Derek Wilson, CSM. Next 3 slides from Richard Katz (used with permission). What do we Believe about Technology?. “...technology is not something that happens to us.

Download Presentation

CHECO CIO Corner Tuesday, April 6, 2010 11 AM to Noon

An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Presentation Transcript


Checo cio corner tuesday april 6 2010 11 am to noon

CHECO CIO CornerTuesday, April 6, 201011 AM to Noon

CHECO CIO Corner

Pat Burns, CSU

Ken Stafford, DU

Julie Ouska, CCCS

Derek Wilson, CSM


Next 3 slides from richard katz used with permission

Next 3 slides from Richard Katz (used with permission)

CHECO CIO Corner


What do we believe about technology

What do we Believe about Technology?

“...technology is not something that happens to us.

It is something we create. We must not confuse a tool with a goal.

We must, therefore, be sure that technology serves

the fundamental purposes of higher education."

Stanley Katz,

In IT, Don’t Mistake a Tool

For a Goal


What do we believe about technology1

What do we Believe about Technology?

“Information technology is embedded in, and used by, institutions that have a history…

IT will cut its own channels, leading to the creation of institutions that differ from those of today; institutions where the weight of history does not condition and constrain IT’s use.”

Martin Trow

Daedelus, 1999


What do we believe about technology2

What do we Believe about Technology?

“The history of IT is a tale of accidental revolutions. We are like the frog that has been placed into a pot of cold water and slowly heated up. The frog stays put - and cooks. By the time the frog realizes its predicament, it's too late. Like the frog, we think we’re in control.”

Richard Katz


Higher education c 2009

Higher Education, c. 2009

  • Shift from “public good” to private investment

  • Rising costs – unaffordable!

  • Revenue pressures

  • Pressures to account for student success and institutional performance

  • Rising Competition

  • Rising Importance

    • Social Mobility

    • Wealth of Nations


Outline

Outline

  • What can we, as CIOs, do to assist with our image in higher ed, addressing these trends in higher education, incl. rising costs, lower budgets, accountability, etc.

  • Efficiencies in IT in higher ed, and strategic possibilities for increasing efficiencies

  • Our relationship with the State, specifically OIT

CHECO CIO Corner


I what can we as cios do to assist with our image in higher ed

I. What can we, as CIOs, do to assist with our image in higher ed?

  • Balance between efficiency and effectiveness

    • Where should we focus primarily on efficiency?

    • Where should we emphasize primarily effectiveness?

  • Scope of IT

    • % of total budget goes to IT: %Central & %Decentral

    • Revenue sources: %E&G, %students, %research, %F&A, %other?

  • IT costs

    • What are the most significant factors that have caused IT costs to rise over the last five years?

    • Has IT supported enhanced and demonstrable

      • Efficiencies at your institution

      • Management controls

      • IT security and privacy

      • Accountability/reporting

CHECO CIO Corner


I what can we as cios do to assist with our image in higher ed cont d

I. What can we, as CIOs, do to assist with our image in higher ed? (cont’d)

  • IT accountability

    • Is IT accountable?

    • To whom? Multiple ‘masters?’

    • Is IT governance effective? Does the IT governance process focus on efficiency and cost reduction/containment?

CHECO CIO Corner


Radicalism

Radicalism…

  • Email and UM are becoming commoditized – why not outsource them to OIT?

  • Joint IT services for Colorado higher education

    • Administrative systems: SIS, HR, Finance

    • LMSes

  • Why not cease providing?

    • Telephony

    • CCTV

    • Other?

CHECO CIO Corner


Ii efficiencies in it and strategic possibilities for increasing efficiency

II. Efficiencies in IT, and strategic possibilities for increasing EFFICIENCY

  • Where is IT on your campus inefficient, should we care, and what should be done about it?

  • The ‘cloud’

    • Have you outsourced services to the cloud; if not, why not?

    • Have you introduced cloud services at your institution?

    • Does it make sense for us to consider cloud services for higher education in Colorado?

CHECO CIO Corner


Iii our relationship with the state specifically oit

III. Our relationship with the State, specifically OIT

  • Where have we had complete successes, partial successes, failures?

    • e-FOR3T

    • FRGP

    • MNT

    • Broadband/BTOP

    • AS/AV

      • Utimaco

      • McAffee

    • Other?

CHECO CIO Corner


Strategies for engaging with oit

Strategies for Engaging with OIT

Open discussion…

CHECO CIO Corner


Wrap up

Wrap-Up

  • Remarks from the panelists

  • Q&A

CHECO CIO Corner


  • Login