EUNIS is happy to announce a call for papers for the 2021 Annual Congress with the theme A New Era of Digital Transformation: Challenges for Higher Education.
Submissions are invited under one of the 7 tracks below:
- Leadership & Management
- ICT Infrastructure & Security
- Learning, Teaching and Student Experience
- Software Development
- OpenX & Interoperability
- ICT in Research
- Covid-19 as an accelerator for digital transformation
Extended abstracts and (optionally) full papers are requested to be uploaded to the #EUNIS21 Congress Easy Chair system for reviewing.
Read more information on the call for papers here. The deadline for submissions is 26th of February 2021.
The festive season will be a little different this year but our virtual community can still keep sharing!
Get into the Christmas spirit with our EUNIS advent calendar.
Every day you will find tips and content on digital transformation from our special interest groups and our regular and corporate members. Click, read & enjoy!
The registration for the next round of IT benchmarking BM2020 is now open. To get access to our collaboration platform Eduuni, we need your contact information.
The survey opens in the beginning of February 2021. We will arrange a launch session in Zoom, where we go through the survey Excel in detail. We especially recommend it to new participants. There will be a lot of valuable information and tips shared by the experienced benchmarkers.
If you have any comments or questions, please do not hesitate to contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, see https://www.eunis.org/
EUNIS Information Security Special Interest Group (InfoSec) organised the 2-hour online workshop “How To Make Cloud Services Secure” on 3rd of November 2020 targeted to CIO’s and security officers involved in the technology behind secure cloud service delivery.
Te workshop was focused on how to increase security in a world where cloud services rule.
The introductory talk was delivered by Jeroen Vandeleur, Service line lead Cloud Security, NVISO, Belgium.
The discussions addressed technical and implementation issues, such as:
- What is the role of, and how to best set up security centres?
- What can be done to prevent, detect, resolve security breaches?
- How to set priorities in security policies?
- How to use offerings by cloud service providers to improve our security?
Read the outputs from the workshop here.