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Leveraging AI on Campus: How to Get from Strategy to Practical Implementation

The rapid evolution of artificial intelligence technology has made it imperative for higher education institutions to reevaluate and revamp their AI strategies, in order to make the most of existing and emerging capabilities impacting teaching, learning, research, and business operations. A well-honed strategy alone is not enough. Colleges and universities need a plan to prioritize their AI efforts, set aside the resources to fuel development, and move forward with implementation.

Date: 02/27/24

Time: 11:00 AM PT


Visual AI: A Proactive Solution to Prevent School Shootings

Join us to learn how visual AI technology proactively stops incidents before the turn into tragedies. Analyzing images and videos to identify weapons and suspicious behavior, visual AI ensures a safe and secure learning environment for our students.

Date: 04/02/24

Time: 11:00 AM PT


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Driving Efficiencies in IT: Laying a Solid Foundation for Innovation

In this fireside chat webcast, Campus Technology Editor in Chief Rhea Kelly will speak with Nadir Merchant, General Manager from IT Glue, about how intelligence-driven IT documentation can help IT teams streamline their operations and empower them to pursue strategic innovation and better support the institutional mission.


Access Assurance Revolution: Unlocking the Future of Network Access Control

Join our session to explore a cutting-edge cloud-based access control solution offering centralized management, real-time updates, robust visibility, cloud-based diagnostics, and more.


Do Cyber Attackers Value Your Data More than You Do?

In higher education's complex and increasingly competitive environment, data is currency — the essential medium enabling decision-making, research, and the student experience across an institution. The invaluable role of data has upped the stakes when it comes to cybersecurity. New technologies such as AI require a renewed focus on security in order to be leveraged to their full potential, and cyber attacks carry a heavy price not only in response and recovery costs, but also in loss of community confidence. What is the correct mix of effort, time, and resources to protect institutional data, systems, and reputation and provide a solid foundation for technology innovation?


Key Elements to Protect Your Institution's Data from a Cyber Incident

In the face of ever-evolving cybersecurity threats, colleges and universities need an agile data security strategy that encompasses not only threat detection and response, but also recovery after an attack occurs. Leveraging the cloud can help institutions confidently protect and recover their data, while also providing the peace of mind of an immutable backup to help get systems back online quickly and cleanly when needed.


Leveraging AI and ML Across the Institution

Artificial intelligence and machine learning hold vast potential across all areas of higher education. Not only do these technologies enable new modes of learning, improve research outcomes, and accelerate decision-making, but they also play a pivotal role in cybersecurity risk analysis, streamlining threat detection and automated incident response. It’s important for higher education leaders to understand the risks and benefits as they deploy these tools and take advantage of the opportunity to continue technology-based transformation within the institution.


You’ve Broken Down Institutional Data Silos. Now What?

Persistent data silos have long been a challenge in higher education, separating pockets of information, expertise, and culture and impeding efforts to engage in data-informed decision-making across the institution. But even as colleges and universities begin to unify their data sources and implement best practices in data management and data governance, it can be difficult to translate that data into a positive impact on student outcomes. How can institutions move their data efforts forward to better solve complex problems and drive the strategic mission?