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Higher ed IT staff want flexibility. Can universities deliver? 

Like nearly every other industry, higher education is bringing workers back to the office full-time, after more than two years of remote and hybrid schedules. And just as in the tech, finance and automotive sectors, managers are running into pushback and dissatisfaction from IT workers who say they don’t need to be on campus to do their jobs. Throw in competitive opportunities from private companies that still allow full-time remote work — often with better pay — and institutions are facing a difficult landscape as they move beyond the pandemic. “This is a very significant issue for higher education,” said Vicki Tambellini, president and CEO of the Tambellini Group, a higher education research firm. Lindsay McKenzie reports.

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Higher ed leaders brace for new reporting requirements

Higher education IT leaders are preparing for new federal reporting requirements on cybersecurity, data privacy and web accessibility, Educause’s policy lead, Jarret Cumming, says on the Cutting EDge podcast. One of the changes is to the FTC's Safeguards Rule, a long list of breach-notification requirements. But he says concerns about a federal privacy law can stay on the back burner. “Unless someone decides to take a crack at rewriting FERPA — and no one seems to be lining up in either the House or the Senate to take that task on — I actually think we’re unlikely to see significant change in privacy requirements for colleges or universities or federal privacy in general,” he says. Listen to the podcast.

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