Interim CIO Service & IT Leadership During COVID-19 & Beyond
Sponsored by: E&I Cooperative Services | Presented by: Columbia Advisory Group (CAG), Texas A&M University System & Texas Woman’s University
During this time of remote teaching and learning, the pressure on your IT department is likely greater than ever, and hiring freezes are adding to that strain. User support and cybersecurity are taking center stage, but IT systems and projects still need attention, making strong CIO leadership critical.
Join us for this webinar to hear from two universities about how an interim CIO from Columbia Advisory Group (CAG) has helped their institutions make significant IT progress and respond to threats and needs, especially during this pandemic.
Discussion Topics Include:
- Learn how interim IT leadership can help your teams address operational and cybersecurity challenges during remote teaching and learning
- See how your peers have benefited from interim IT leadership, and how interim support can help under a hiring freeze
- Find out how an interim CIO can help existing staff achieve at higher levels
- Identify key ways an interim CIO can help reduce IT risk, ensure audit compliance, and prepare your institution for success during COVID-19 and beyond
- Learn how an interim CIO can help your institution better manage IT budgets
- See how an interim CIO can help identify, train, and enable your institution to “test” a permanent candidate
Michael Mast, Business Development Manager, Technology, E&I Cooperative Services
Dr. Mark Stone, Chief Information Officer, Texas A&M University System
Steve Erwin, Interim CIO, Texas Woman’s University
David McLaughlin, CEO, Columbia Advisory Group, & Former Higher-Ed & K-12 Interim CIO
Who Should Participate?
CFOs, Procurement leaders, HR leaders, Deans, Provosts & Presidents