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GDN Annual Meeting: call for presentations

The Eighth Annual Groningen Declaration Network (GDN) Meeting will be held in the city of Puebla, Mexico, from 24 to 26 April 2019.

EUNIS is the signatory of the Groningen Declaration and invites you, on behalf of the GD Network’s Annual Meeting Planning Committee, to submit a presentation for consideration for the 2019 Annual Meeting Agenda. The overall theme of the 2019 annual meeting is Creating the New World for Academic and Professional Mobility.

Presenting at the 2019 GDN Annual Meeting offers a valuable opportunity to connect directly with colleagues in the digital learners data ecosystem.

Read more information here.

EUNIS GDPR & information security workshop: live streaming available on 10-11 Dec

EUNIS GDPR & information security workshop: 10-11 December, Brunel University London

Data protection, privacy, and security are important topics that rule in the digital world, thus the workshop will provide insights in the legal, technological and organisational perspectives as well as the GDPR compliance at institutional, national and international level.

The event will focus on challenges and practices of Information Security for HEIs. The impact of ever-increasing importance of ensuring security, the organisational and technological challenges and developments will be addressed. Speakers will highlight and share the challenges and solutions found locally, nationally and internationally. Expertise and experience will be shared between universities and national organisations in European countries such as the UK, Germany and Norway.

Read the full programme here.

Live streaming available at: https://livestream.com/Brunel/EUNIS:

  • 13.00 -17.30 (GMT/UTC) on 10 December
  • 9.00 -13.00 (GMT/UTC) on 11 December

 

Call for the EUNIS Congress organising: deadline 31 Dec

A reminder that the call for organising next EUNIS annual Congresses for the years 2021 – 2023 is still opended. More information on the submissions and the bidding process is available here. Deadline: 31st of December 2018.

If your institution is interested in hosting the following years EUNIS events, please do not hesitate to send your bid to: info@eunis.org.

As for the 2019 Congress you can already save the date that is: 5 – 7 June 2019 and join us at NTNU in Trondheim, Norway next year! You can already visit the EUNIS 2019 Congress website for more information.

 

Atempo – warm welcome to the new Corporate member of EUNIS!

We are happy to welcome Atempo among EUNIS corporate members!

Atempo is a leading independent European-based software vendor with an established global presence providing solutions to protect, store, move and recover all mission-critical data sets for thousands of companies worldwide.

Atempo’s flagship data protection technology addresses the needs of very large storages with millions of files and petabyte-scale unstructured data volumes using a highly efficient backup approach. In addition to large storage backup and disaster recovery, the same technology also delivers fast and reliable file migration and sync between different storages.

Atempo also edits and commercializes a continuous data protection solution for workstations, file servers and laptops, a range of all-in-one backup appliances particularly suited for remote-site environments, and powerful backup and data preservation solutions for virtual and physical servers, and applications.

Atempo is headquartered in Paris and is present in Europe, the US and Asia with a partner network in excess of 100 partners, integrators and managed service providers.

For more information visit  www.atempo.com

Register for the EUNIS information security event: the deadline is 1 December

There is time till 1st of December to register for the EUNIS GDPR & Information Security workshop at Brunel University London, held on Monday 10th and Tuesday 11th Dec 2018.

The event is targeted to European CIOs, CISO’s and policy makers.

Data protection, privacy, and security are important topics that rule in the digital world, thus the workshop will provide insights in the legal, technological and organisational perspectives as well as the GDPR compliance at institutional, national and international level.

The event will focus on challenges and practices of Information Security for HEIs. The impact of ever-increasing importance of ensuring security, the organisational and technological challenges and developments will be addressed. Speakers will highlight and share the challenges and solutions found locally, nationally and internationally. Expertise and experience will be shared between universities and national organisations in European countries such as the UK, Germany and Norway.

More information, registration form and the programme can be found on the event website.