Editor's Note

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Unsung Heroes

Who's Number 1?

The annual fall dust-up over the rankings published by U.S News & World Report, The Princeton Review, and others has finally died down.

The annual fall dust-up over the rankings published by U.S News & World Report, The Princeton Review, and others has finally died down.

Show Them The Money

To paraphrase Mark Twain's Comment about the weather, it seems that everyone complains about IT security, but no one does anything about it. A higher education "report card" survey released at the end of October showed that although security was named a top priority among administrators and IT directors, that concern isn't necessarily balanced by policy and resources.

Answering the Call

A New Look, But Still The Same Commitment

It all started with the living room drapes. As my wife stood back to appraise the job I did hanging the drapes, I had an eerie sensation that something wasn't quite right.

"It's strange, isn't it, how the new drapes make the walls look so... dingy," she said.

Customer Service Pays Dividends

Getting Past Roadblocks

How important is technology to your institution? Is it a deeply ingrained part of the educational environment? If not, then why not?

What Keeps You Up at Night?

Before I read the "2005 Educause Current IT Issues Survey" that annually ranks hot issues for higher education CIOs, I took a stab at guessing what three issues are top-of-mind for IT folks. Well, I nailed two out of three. Funding IT was the winner, followed by security concerns, and strategic planning came in third.

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