The domain of education, like many other industries today, faces significant challenges to adapt and respond to users and markets demands. New modes of teaching and new curriculum approaches are brought to the market, new platforms require applications, tools, and content, and data needs to be properly managed and analyzed to be used in an efficient way.
While many universities are taking measures to keep the pace with disruptive technologies, others are still reluctant in accelerating their digital transformation or are being hinder by their legacy applications.
How can higher education institutions modernize their core platforms to enable disruptive change and institutional innovation?
We answered this question together with our guests in a one-hour webinar* to provide CIOs and IT Directors in higher education institutions with a practical approach on available modernization solutions, tools, and opportunities for successful migration projects.
We discussed about:
Mark is an IT leader, professional, and developer with over 35 years of experience in information technology, software systems, business intelligence, networking, management, and IT operations. As the A&M System’s IT Enterprise Architect, he leads the team of IT and business professionals that create, deliver, implement, and support the enterprise applications of The Texas A&M University system.
Scott is responsible for the mainframe and midrange to Azure GTM, sales enablement, and partner ecosystem. Scott has over 20 years of experience in the migration of mainframe and midrange workloads to the Microsoft platform (on-prem and Azure). Before joining Microsoft in 2012, Scott spent the 10 years working in the platform migration partner community, bringing clients from the Linux, UNIX, and mainframe environment to Microsoft platform. Prior to that, Scott has worked for various consulting organizations and ISV’s focusing on financial systems, e-commerce, and network security / systems management.
Louis is CEO of Anubex and an IT leader with extensive experience in building business operations and leading teams in developing high performing migration solutions. Louis held various managing positions in multi-national organizations, such as Large Account Support Manager at Wang Labs and European MIS Manager at KPMG. He worked on large international projects with KMPG, Andersen Consulting, AON, Citibank, Deutsche Bank and more.
*This webinar was organized by Astadia Europe, formerly known as Anubex
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