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Campus IT Priorities 2013-2014

PriorityIssue/ProjectNotes
1Identity Management/FederationGartner Best Practices, Out of the Box solutions, Design, Policy development
2Teaching/Learning Environment (Instructional Design, Collaborative Tools, Digital Media, Lecture Capture, LMS)Flexible support from SLN for services, contracts for tools at best price
3Business Intelligence/Analytics/Data WarehouseBetter price for ODS, better support for OBIEE, possible shared infrastructure/support. Cloud/hosted services.
4Campus Business Process Improvements 
5Software Infrastructure/MaintenanceConcurrency
6Mobility/Mobile Development/BYODBest Practices, policies, legal issues, tools, leveraging our SUNY clout with vendors for mobile development, Collaboration on how to leverage mobile devices
7Physical Campus Infrastructure (Storage, Core Network, Wireless Network, Data Center 10GB) Improved purchasing power, aggregate purchasing, aggregate maintenance, financing and leasing options for large capital equipment purchases
8Disaster Recovery/Business Continuity plan updates and testing/Remote off-site locationBest Practices, Memos of Understanding for sharing each others resources at times of disaster, ability and knowledge of how to purchase equipment quickly
9Bandwidth ManagementPolitical clout to get cheap broadband Internet across our state and to our campuses
10Compliance/Litigation Hold, Document Retention/Storage

Best Practices, Policy Awareness, Training

 

Gartner Top 10 CIO Business and Technology Priorities in 2013

 

Top 10 Business Priorities

Ranking

Top 10 Technology Priorities

Ranking

Increasing enterprise growth

1

Analytics and business intelligence

1

Delivering operational results

2

Mobile technologies

2

Reducing enterprise costs

3

Cloud computing (SaaS, IaaS, PaaS)

3

Attracting and retaining new customers

4

Collaboration technologies (workflow)

4

Improving IT applications and infrastructure

5

Legacy modernization

5

Creating new products and services (innovation)

6

IT management

6

Improving efficiency

7

Customer Relationship Management

7

Attracting and retaining the workforce

8

Virtualization

8

Implementing analytics and big data

9

Security

9

Improving business processes

10

ERP Applications

10

 

EDUCAUSE 2013 Top 10 IT Issues

  1. Leveraging the wireless and device explosion on campus
  2. Improving student outcomes through an approach that leverages technology
  3. Developing an institution-wide cloud strategy to help the institution select the right sourcing and solution strategies*
  4. Developing a staffing and organizational model to accommodate the changing IT environment and facilitate openness and agility
  5. Facilitating a better understanding of information security and finding appropriate balance between infrastructure openness and security
  6. Funding information technology strategically*
  7. Determining the role of online learning and developing a sustainable strategy for that role
  8. Supporting the trends toward IT consumerization and bring-your-own device*
  9. Transforming the institution's business with information technology*
  10. Using analytics to support critical institutional outcomes*

*Also one of the 2012 Top-Ten IT Issues



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