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The American University in Cairo: Enhancing the student experience with cloud technology

Considering moving your institution to the cloud to better support the student experience? Listen to The American University in Cairo share their insights to support their journey to the cloud and their digital transformation plan.

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Papers, Post-its, and Pedometers: Why Modernisation Is About More than Just Technology

Getting the most out of IT investments requires corresponding changes in how things are done. Too often, that half of the equation is overlooked – and modernisation becomes a zero-sum game.

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Royal Holloway, University of London shares their journey to the cloud

Considering moving your institution to the cloud? Listen to Royal Holloway, University of London share their insights and key learns from their journey to the cloud.

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Royal Holloway, University of London prepares for digital transformation

Higher education is on the cusp of a digital transformation. Here is Royal Holloway’s story and how they are preparing their institution for the ‘digital tidal wave’.

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Digital Transformation: Where do you start?

Digital transformation is our new blockchain. However, digital transformation can feel somewhat less tangible than other technology ‘hot topics’ but we must start somewhere.

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Change management doesn’t end at go-live

Once the project is completed, the work isn’t over. Change management is a continuing process.

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Change management: The crucial role of engagement

Getting all the right people together for a project is only half the battle. For effective change management, you must keep everyone engaged.

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The importance of alignment in change management

Looking to make a change at your institution? You’ll need support and alignment to make it work.

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Change management isn't a checklist—it's about adoption

Change in higher ed is inevitable—but how an institution tackles those changes can make all the difference