Schedule

Tuesday, July 20

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Wednesday, July 21

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  • Beginner

    Disruption from artificial intelligence is the “new normal” within the legal industry. By extension, universities are increasingly using AI to augment front and back-office operations. Although adoption of automating simple, repetitive processes with AI is becoming more common, many universities do not understand what they should expect from this technology. They face challenges defining a business-centric digital strategy for AI initiatives. This session will provide insight into best-practices for defining the elements of a successful digital strategy—

  • Beginner

    How do you build a secure cloud and infrastructure to ensure compliance and qualification for research grants?
     
    Campuses and health centers must meet the obligations related to information security, intellectual property, records, privacy, personal information and encryption stated in research grant opportunities.
     
    As enterprise boundaries continue to evaporate and security threats become more sophisticated, the challenges facing Higher Education security teams are increasing exponentially. Balancing user desire for a seamless experience with regulatory and compliance—

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