Low code and no code platforms provide ways to create applications through graphical user interfaces and configuration rather than the traditional practice of software developers writing lines of code. In his latest blog, Jason Pyle shares how these platforms are expanding application development and capabilities in higher education.
There’s a lot of confusion in higher education about what data governance is. Is it security, is it policy, is it data quality? In this blog, we demystify data governance for higher education institutions, explore the signs that your institution may have a data governance problem, and examine the key pillars of data governance.
The requirement for data-informed decisions extends across the campus, including academic advising for student success; donor selection for advancement fund-raising campaign; energy conservation and facilities utilization programming; budget allocation and expenditure control. However, each of these examples contains a major assumption—that the underlying data are both trustworthy and the highest quality available.
Higher Digital announced the release of (SEA)RESULTS® Security, a new tool in its digital transformation assessment suite for colleges and universities that establishes institutions’ security baselines for measuring continuous improvements against, while identifying strengths and opportunities for managing cybersecurity risks.
Everyone on campus is responsible for keeping students’ and other community members’ personal information private and secure; what better time to learn more about privacy best practices, and help spread the word. Today is Data Privacy Day! While there is plenty of great general privacy advice, EDUCAUSE has provided a useful guide intended specifically for […]