08
Mar 19

Top Tips for Driving Student Acquisition Via Form Optimisation

Online forms are the most important part of any website. Connecting with users and gathering their information is paramount for any online business. This is especially true for Universities. Universities face a competitive marketplace and hence a challenging student enrollment conversion funnel. From the perspective of students, the search and enrollment process is one of … Continue reading Top Tips for Driving Student Acquisition Via Form Optimisation

01
Feb 19

GDPR and Beyond – Navigating Privacy Compliance in a Global World

Author:Tim Tran

GDPR – Impact on Australian Organisations The new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that went into effect on 25 May 2018 started an awakening of the fundamental need to respect the rights and freedoms of all individuals and protect their personal data from unauthorised collect, use, and distribution. The GDPR influenced a wave of … Continue reading GDPR and Beyond – Navigating Privacy Compliance in a Global World

09
Nov 18

ITS in Tertiary Education 2018 Takeaways

Author:Ash Natesh

Criterion Conference’s 5th University IT Service Strategy & Challenges conference ran in Melbourne over the 24th & 25th October. Five years into the series, the 2018 event brought together some familiar faces –  and welcomed some fresh ones too. One of the most consistent themes throughout the course of the 2 days was the importance … Continue reading ITS in Tertiary Education 2018 Takeaways

04
Oct 18

Current Cyber Climate

Author:Ash Natesh

Are companies ready for cyber incidents? Most companies are much better prepared for hurricanes and earthquakes than any cyber attack. According to figures from AIG, only about 55% of Fortune 500 companies have cybersecurity insurance. For the majority of enterprises, the figures are even lower: just 35% of small to medium-sized businesses are insured against … Continue reading Current Cyber Climate

23
May 18

3 ways to introduce coding into the classroom

From 2019, coding will be a compulsory requirement for primary and secondary schools in New South Wales. How are you going to integrate this into your classroom? Technology is becoming an increasingly prominent part of the learning experience in schools around the country. Although Australia is no stranger to private coding courses for kids, such … Continue reading 3 ways to introduce coding into the classroom

07
Feb 18

The impacts of BYOD on University IT service strategy

Author:Drew McCoy

Higher education has seen success following its digital transformation, with students, staff and employees being able to access organisational services from wherever they are using browser-based tools Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) offers employees and corporations countless benefits from increased efficiency to controlled costs on provisioning a mobile workforce and student body. However the complexity … Continue reading The impacts of BYOD on University IT service strategy

07
Feb 18

CAUDIT Top 10 – Spotlight

Each year, CAUDIT members participate in an annual survey to determine the most important IT topics in higher education and research across Australia and New Zealand. Recently, CAUDIT released their 2017 report, which identifies and ranks these areas of interest according to their significance. The CAUDIT Top Ten was devised to help shape the strategies … Continue reading CAUDIT Top 10 – Spotlight