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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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Secure Network Management 1st Edition

The UCISA Networking Group is pleased to announce the publication of a Secure Network Management Best Practice Guide. The Guide has evolved from the UCISA Exploiting and Protecting the Network Best Practice Guide (last edition 2011).

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

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Corporate Member : Digitary

Digitary software is used by HE institutions to issue and authenticate official electronic documents online (degree certificates, official transcripts, status letters etc). Developed with the higher education sector, Digitary makes savings in three areas, in staff time, printing and postage when issuing documents, by delegating Data Protection tasks to students and graduates, by changing to self-service the task of document-authentication in the recruitment or post-graduate application processes.

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