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Transformation and Innovation inthe New Normal: A Call to Action               Dr. Curtis A. Carver Jr.              Vice ...
Agenda
Some Background• 35 Institutions of higher education  31• You may know some of our schools: Georgia Tech,  University of G...
Virtual Library3,500 mile Private Cloud                                                Software Store                     ...
Education, Employment, & Earnings
The Impact of Education on Individuals:                Lifetime Earnings        U.S. Department of Commerce-Economics and ...
The Organization for Economic Co-operation                       and Development http://www.oecd.orgIf you are not moving ...
Percent of Adults Age 25 to 34 Holding an         Associate’s Degree or Higher  Source: OECD Education at a Glance (2008);...
New Normal
New Normal Rules• IT budgets, with two national exceptions, are  flat or decreasing.• Large reserves are being held due to...
Technology Trends in the    “New Normal”
Advantages of   Statewide Network• Economies of Scale• Proactive Growth• Campus Agility• Traffic Prioritization
“On the Internet, the First Amendment is•   Data….                a local ordinance,” said Fred H. Cate, a                ...
Consumerization of IT  – Bring Your Own Device will change    campus culture, security, and instructional    delivery  – M...
Call for Action• Maintain control• Gain flexibility, pace and agility• Lose micromanagement gracefully
Maintain Control
Gain       FlexibilityPace                 Agility
Lose Micromanagement Gracefully
Questions, Comments, a     Conversation     Dr. Curtis A. Carver Jr.    Vice Chancellor and CIO       Board of Regents
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Transformation and innovation in the new normal a call to action

  1. 1. Transformation and Innovation inthe New Normal: A Call to Action Dr. Curtis A. Carver Jr. Vice Chancellor and CIO Board of Regents of University System of Georgia
  2. 2. Agenda
  3. 3. Some Background• 35 Institutions of higher education 31• You may know some of our schools: Georgia Tech, University of Georgia, Georgia State, Medical College of Georgia, Georgia Health Sciences University, Georgia Regent’s University• Central governing body independent from legislature who allocates institutional budget and can hire/fire presidents (CEOs).
  4. 4. Virtual Library3,500 mile Private Cloud Software Store Distance Education Collaboration Learning ManagementEnterprise Security and ePrivacy Student Information Library Operations Enterprise Financials Enterprise BI
  5. 5. Education, Employment, & Earnings
  6. 6. The Impact of Education on Individuals: Lifetime Earnings U.S. Department of Commerce-Economics and Statistics Administration-U.S. CENSUS BUREAU Estimated Difference Education Level Lifetime Compared to Earnings High School GraduateLess than 9th grade $976,350 -$478,903High school dropout 1,150,698 -304,555High school graduate 1,455,253 0Some college, no degree 1,725,822 270,569Associate degree 1,801,373 346,120Bachelors degree $2,567,174 $1,111,921Masters degree 2,963,076 1,507,823Doctorate 3,982,577 2,527,324Professional degree 5,254,193 3,798,940 6
  7. 7. The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development http://www.oecd.orgIf you are not moving forward, you are falling behind.We are falling behind.
  8. 8. Percent of Adults Age 25 to 34 Holding an Associate’s Degree or Higher Source: OECD Education at a Glance (2008); U.S. Census Bureau; American College SurveyGeorgia United States
  9. 9. New Normal
  10. 10. New Normal Rules• IT budgets, with two national exceptions, are flat or decreasing.• Large reserves are being held due to uncertainty or are non-existent after the economic downturn.• Is there a difference between capacity planning and portfolio management?
  11. 11. Technology Trends in the “New Normal”
  12. 12. Advantages of Statewide Network• Economies of Scale• Proactive Growth• Campus Agility• Traffic Prioritization
  13. 13. “On the Internet, the First Amendment is• Data…. a local ordinance,” said Fred H. Cate, a law professor at Indiana University.• Big Data…..• Location-based Big Data…..• Big Data Driven Decision Making…..What are folks saying about yourorganization on Facebook? Need decisions nowWhat are you doing about what they are Requires a reportsaying? Report requires a collectionDo you even know? Collection requires months
  14. 14. Consumerization of IT – Bring Your Own Device will change campus culture, security, and instructional delivery – Managed/Unmanaged Applications – Private/Work Split – Who Owns the data?
  15. 15. Call for Action• Maintain control• Gain flexibility, pace and agility• Lose micromanagement gracefully
  16. 16. Maintain Control
  17. 17. Gain FlexibilityPace Agility
  18. 18. Lose Micromanagement Gracefully
  19. 19. Questions, Comments, a Conversation Dr. Curtis A. Carver Jr. Vice Chancellor and CIO Board of Regents

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