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Harvard hires search firm to find new CIO

Harvard University is in the advanced stages of hiring a new chief information officer to replace long-time leader Anne Margulies, according to its search firm’s website. The executive search firm Isaacson, Miller lists the position on its website, with a note that the search progressed to an “advanced stage” in mid-April. Margulies, who served since 2010 as vice president and CIO, retired at the end of May, according to the Harvard Gazette. Emily Bamforth has it.

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ASU wants to improve digital trust

In a year with rising cyberattacks on higher education, Arizona State University will this month launch its Digital Trust Summit so that companies and higher education institutions can discuss how to best improve confidence in data security. ASU is looking to move the conversation forward on how to build trust between universities and students and faculty on privacy and cybersecurity, particularly as the coronavirus pandemic continues to move education into hybrid spaces. Emily has it.

U. Central Florida restructures IT

The University of Central Florida is reorganizing the chief information officer’s department structure and hiring a new deputy CIO in charge of planning and operations, including finance and operations management.CIO Matthew Hall told EdScoop he believes that the new structure will enable more shared IT services for the campus community. UCF’s new tiered structure for IT groups different initiatives, like cloud and infrastructure or data services, under specific leaders, with the CIO serving as the head of university-wide strategy. Check out the full story on EdScoop.

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