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2018 CIO Roles and Responsibilities, Technology Leader and Chief Academic Technology Officer reports and 2017 Chief Information Security Officer Reports
The 2018 reports, CIO Roles and Responsibilities and Technology Leader report and the Chief Academic Technology Officer report are ready for distribution. The 2017 CISO report is also available. We are excited about this year's studies. The first CIO Roles and Responsibility survey was conducted in 2003.
The Higher Education Chief Information Officer Roles and Effectiveness report contains a wide variety of information about the higher education CIO. This information includes demographics of the CIO, their perception of their effectiveness, their opinion on the attributes and experiences necessary for a higher education CIO, and their plans for the future. The report provides longitudinal data on a variety of questions to show trend data. The Higher Education Chief Information Officer Roles and Effectiveness study is a longitudinal study of the senior IT executive in higher education. CIOs from the United States and internationally are surveyed about a wide variety of topics. The institution management teams (other VPs and Presidents) of those CIOs are then given a survey containing many of the same questions that the CIO answered. This two step process provides us with a way to compare CIO and IMT perceptions. In addition survey information from the technology leader (those in the next organizational layer down from the CIO) is also included in the CIO report and provides yet a third perspective on questions that are very important for the higher education CIO.
The Higher Education Technology Leadership (TL) report contains information on those people most likely to succeed the higher education CIO in the future. The report includes the demographics of the TL, their career plans, activities they are undertaking to prepare for that future, and their perspective on the CIO job. The report also contains opinions on CIO job requirements from the CIO and the IMT. The Higher Education Technology Leadership study is a longitudinal study of the individual in the next organizational layer down from the higher education CIO. The study was begun in 2009 and has been conducted six times since then. The report provides longitudinal data on a variety of questions to show trend data.
The CISO survey was conducted for the first time in 2014. CISOs and CIOs were invited to respond to a survey about the CISO roles, background, and place in the organization.
The CATO survey was conducted for the first time in the Summer of 2018.
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