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Universities and Colleges Information Systems Association

UCISA represents the whole of higher education, and increasingly further education, in the provision and development of academic, management and administrative information systems, providing a network of contacts and a powerful lobbying voice.
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TEL case studies published
27 November 2014


UCISA material in UUK Cyber Security briefing
11 November 2014


External reviewer sought for UCISA Information Security Management Toolkit – call for expression of interest
7 November 2014


Follow UCISA the progress of Educause bursary winners
1 October 2014


UCISA15 delegate bookings open
30 September 2014

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Digital Capabilities Survey results launch
3 December 2014, Online


The learning toolkit - meet Tom, Sara and Zack
10 December 2014, Online


15 January 2015, Austin Court, Birmingham


Network futures
21 January 2015, Austin Court, Birmingham


Memorable metrics (2)
10 February 2015, Austic Court, Birmingham


UCISA has produced a number of resources to assist with the implementation of ITIL in the Higher and Further Education Communities.

More ITIL Details
Guidance on social networking
There has been some debate on whether institutional codes of conduct cover use of third party social networking tools such as MySpace and Facebook. A recent survey identified some guidance for use of such tools.

More Guidance on social networking Details
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Corporate Member : EMC

With students and researchers at the centre of the digital information age, the role ICT plays in enhancing the learning experience and academic outcomes becomes increasingly important to the success of academic organisations.

EMC recognise this and along with our sister company VMWare work with universities and colleges to develop information infrastructure environments that promote collaboration and 24x7 access to information assets in a secure, resilient and performance environment. Whilst also significantly reducing costs.

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