Info-Tech

Strategic Partner

Info-Tech Research Group

Info-Tech strategic partner

Partnership Offerings

To provide additional resources for our members, we have formed a new Partnership with Info-Tech Research Group. Through this relationship, Info-Tech is offering our community complimentary access to specific research and services across a wide range of topics as an additional benefit to members across our community.

Info-Tech Research Group produces unbiased and highly relevant research to help CIOs and IT leaders make strategic, timely, and well-informed decisions. Partnering closely with your IT teams, they provide everything from actionable tools to analyst guidance.

HEUG members now have access to the following:

  • Select Research Blueprints – Released Monthly
  • One Business Vision Diagnostic – Annually
  • Access to Info-Tech Webinars
  • Purchasing Incentives on Info-Tech Memberships

Gain access to benefits like this by joining our community.

Upcoming Events


  • Tuesday
    23
    August

    Enabling the Institution for the Digital Economy: Key Future Trends - Part 3

    Aug 23, 01:00 PM - 02:00 PM (ET)
    LIVE WEBINAR Aug 23, 2022 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM ET Info-Tech is proud to partner with HEUG to bring its members valuable resources designed to help tackle the latest challenges facing IT departments. To address the ever-changing landscape of IT in Higher Education, we are pleased to bring you a four-part educational series on Enabling the Institution for the Digital Economy: Key Future Trends. The world now depends on the digital economy. IT is central to the institution's successful response and there are four pillars of strength required: recoding the institutional DNA, treating security as survival, responding to the new relationship with work, and reducing the bureaucratic burden. The world now depends on the digital economy. IT is central to the institution's successful response and there are four pillars of strength required: Trend 3: Being Human | New Workforce, New Workplace We are entering a brave new world where our traditional relationship with work and leadership is changing. We need to provide a digital experience that is flexible, contextual, and free from the friction of hybrid operating models. During this webinar you will learn how to: ​Understand the changes thrust upon us by the accelerating digital economy. ​Prepare IT to lead the change in the new digital world. ​Enable the digital institution to transition to the "next normal". Presenter: Mark Roman #Info-Tech #ITTrends #Digitaltransformation

  • Tuesday
    27
    September

    Enabling the Institution for the Digital Economy: Key Future Trends - Part 4

    Sep 27, 01:00 PM - 02:00 PM (ET)
    LIVE WEBINAR Sep 27, 2022 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM ET Info-Tech is proud to partner with HEUG to bring its members valuable resources designed to help tackle the latest challenges facing IT departments. To address the ever-changing landscape of IT in Higher Education, we are pleased to bring you a four-part educational series on Enabling the Institution for the Digital Economy: Key Future Trends. The world now depends on the digital economy. IT is central to the institution's successful response and there are four pillars of strength required: recoding the institutional DNA, treating security as survival, responding to the new relationship with work, and reducing the bureaucratic burden. The world now depends on the digital economy. IT is central to the institution's successful response and there are four pillars of strength required: Trend 4: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle | Reducing the Burden Traditional responsibilities and accountabilities of IT cannot be neglected: create efficiency, lower costs, and ensure performance meets demand. Do it better by automating business processes and accessing new sophisticated technology services through platform integration. During this webinar you will learn how to: ​Understand the changes thrust upon us by the accelerating digital economy. ​Prepare IT to lead the change in the new digital world. ​Enable the digital institution to transition to the "next normal". Presenter: Mark Roman #ITTrends #Info-Tech #businessprocessautomation #Integration