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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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Follow UCISA the progress of Educause bursary winners
1 October 2014


UCISA15 delegate bookings open
30 September 2014


DSDG-USG announce series of webinars
26 September 2014


Results of the 2014 Technology Enhanced Learning Survey published
2 September 2014


Revision of the UCISA Exploiting and Protecting the Network Best Practice Guide – call for expressions of interest
22 August 2014

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Webinar - The impact of moving over to Office 365
24 October 2014, online


Converged network and telephony services (2)
29 October 2014, Austin Court, Birmingham


Memorable metrics - FULLY BOOKED
30 October 2014, The British Library, London


12 November 2014  -  14 November 2014, The Midland, Manchester


How safe is your data…? Rebooted!
2 December 2014, Austin Court, Birmingham

Exploiting and protecting the network - 3rd edition
The UCISA Best practice guide Exploiting and protecting the network is intended to support UK Higher and Further Education Institutions in maximising the potential of the network at their institutions, in a safe and secure manner.

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Shared services
UCISA continues to work with its members to identify areas where they might be able to contribute to the shared services agenda.

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Corporate Member : InTechnology

InTechnology is a leading Managed Service Provider in the IT & Communications arena.  It provides innovative SLA-supported, Janet-connected, cloud-based voice, data and hosting services that enable institutions to reduce total costs and improve service whilst maintaining operational control. With a portfolio that spans traditional telephony calls & lines, SIP trunks, IP telephony & unified communications, data management (replication, backup & archiving), virtual server hosting and data centre colocation.

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