Data Lifecycle Management (DLM) has become an important, yet overlooked, part of any IT business strategy in recent years. At its most basic level, DLM is a policy-driven approach that is often automated to ensure data is as useful as possible during its lifespan.
It is not uncommon for many technology and IT suppliers to have a standard contract that outlines the terms and conditions of their partnership with an organization or business.
Software as a Service (SaaS) is a modern software distribution model in which a third-party provider hosts applications and makes them available to their clients over the internet.
Although contract negotiations have not changed much in recent years, it is becoming much easier for two businesses or organizations to make faster and smarter decisions.
In an educational landscape that is becoming more tech-reliant, it is surprising for most people to hear that access to funding and technology funding challenges for education could be setting up modern students for failure.
Although the concept of IT governance may seem a little intimidating for the average person, it is a necessary component of any organizational plan to ensure that IT investments are actively supporting business objectives.
Just a few examples of these infrastructure demands include cloud providers, the use of multiple infrastructure delivery platforms or extensive mergers and acquisitions.
Higher education institutions are facing unprecedented challenges. With rising tuition costs, changing educational environments and a rapidly changing professional landscape, it is harder than ever for colleges and universities to keep up with trends and provide a high-quality experience to their students and faculty.
Many higher education institutions work with third-party vendors to fulfill needed services and expand their technologies; however, choosing the wrong vendors can cause security risks that expose sensitive student and employee information.