Outsourcing Information Technology Strategy

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NusaybahBegumUNIVERSITY OF BRADFORD-‘OUTSOURCING AND IT OUTSOURCING’
TABLE OF CONTENTS1.INTRODUCTION..............................................................................................................21.1 THE HISTORY....................................................................................................................21.2 MISSIONS AND OBJECTIVES.........................................................................................21.3 LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT..............................................................................21.4 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY STRATEGY PLANNING..........................................31.5 EFFECTIVE EXPLOITATION OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY...........................32.OUTSOURCING INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY STRATEGY................................42.1 BIG DATA RISKS ASSOCIATED WITH IT IN HIGHER EDUCATION.......................42.2 CONCLUSION....................................................................................................................53.REFERENCES...................................................................................................................61|PageNUSAYBAH BEGUM IT SYSTEMS STRATEGY
1.INTRODUCTIONThe University of Bradford is renowned for developing a new course for the students ofthe university; it always focuses on innovation that can ease the education system of theuniversity (Ackoff 2016). It also focuses on continuous improvement of the study coursesoffered at the university so that the students can get the best education from the university.Outside London, the University of Bradford is the very first University who cater the part-time degree course, the University courses have been designed aligned to the sociallandscape, aligned to the changing business and the environmental landscape and thescientific landscape.The report will mainly highlight how the University can be benefitted by the IT services.1.1 THE HISTORYThe University of Bradford started their journey in the year 1832 by initiating theBradford Mechanics Institute, later the University was granted its Royal Charter in the year1966, and since 1966 they are providing excellence in education. The University hastechnologically evolved over the course of fifty-one years and is craving for more. They arewilling to adopt advanced technology features that aid in the advancement of the Universityand the educational courses.1.2 MISSIONS AND OBJECTIVESThe ultimate mission or the ultimate objective of the University of Bradford is‘Making Knowledge Work'. They basically want to cater the high-quality teachingexperience to the students; they want to be constantly informed about the latest technologyfeatures and the latest recognised course studies. They incorporate the latest updates in theircourse studies as well and educate the students the same (Gronroos 2015). This can assist thestudents to get the educational benefits; can assist the professors, lecturers to embellish theircareers in a sustainable environment. The University of Bradford consists of the followingvalues which they think, follows and put into actions and the values are- inclusive,sustainable, reflective, supportive and ethical values.1.3 LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENTThe University of Bradford has decided to deliver the support to the leaders and themanagers. They have also encouraged the personal development of the leaders and themanagers working in the University. There are certain strategies that are followed by theUniversity of Bradford are-The e-learning can various kinds of resources can prove to be effective for assuringvarious kinds of delivery.The diversity must be promoted as new managers and leaders are recruited, appointedand promoted the information technology can act as an effective tool to serve bettercandidates (Gronroos 2015).2|PageNUSAYBAH BEGUM IT SYSTEMS STRATEGY
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