Sessions

Sessions for the UNC Cause conference will begin with a keynote address on Tuesday, November 1st at 1:00, followed by a plethora of engaging and informative sessions Tuesday afternoon (2:00 – 5:30), Wednesday (8:30 – 5:30), and Thursday (8:30 – 11:30).  We will wrap up the conference with a box lunch and some exciting prize drawings from 11:45 – 1:00.

Tracks

instructional technology

Instructional Technology

How do you use technology to keep your students engaged? Come tell us about your solution to enhance their educational experience and keep them listening instead of tuned out.

leadership and management

Leadership and Management

Strong leadership is the cornerstone of successful projects and initiatives. What strategies, technologies or methodologies have enhanced or shaped your leadership role on campus?

social media and emerging technologies

Social Media and Emerging Technologies

Facebook, YouTube, mobile, OH MY! People are communicating in new and innovative ways, so how are you keeping up? Have innovative ideas that have helped you connect and engage? Come share them with us.

security and compliance

Security and Compliance

Security and privacy are a primary concern on college campuses everywhere. How are you keeping that critical information private, while shaping your governance structure?

productivity

Productivity

Can you multitask like a champ? Come tell us how technology has streamlined your complicated processes so that you can write email and chew gum at the same time!

infrastructure

Infrastructure

This isn’t about building the Millennium Falcon out of LEGOs…it’s about how your servers and networks keep the bytes flowing. Come share your experience about virtualization, scaling, network architecture, and the rest of the infrastructure that keeps the wheels turning on your IT machine.

business applications

Business Applications

Enterprise business applications keep us all paid and employed, and who doesn’t like that?! How have you implemented business applications to improve efficiency, collaboration, and communication on your campus?

desktop management

Desktop Management

Traditional desktop management tasks include installing and maintaining hardware and software, spam filtering, and administering user permissions. In recent years, however, security-related tasks have become an increasingly large part of desktop management. As a result, an increasingly large proportion of administrative resources have been devoted to security-related tasks, such as patch management, fighting viruses and spyware, and controlling greynet applications.

What innovative ways is your organization dealing with desktop management?

vendor presentations

Vendor Presentations

Sessions presented by UNC CAUSE 2011 sponsors.