Microsoft’s ed CTO talks about data privacy at SXSWedu

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  • 3 years ago

Cameron Evans, chief technology officer of Microsoft Education, in the company's lounge at SXSWedu. (Corinne Lestch/StateScoop)

AUSTIN, TEXAS – Cameron Evans has been the chief technology officer at Microsoft Education for the past six years, where his job, he said, is to “skate to where the puck is going,” find out what the next major conversation around education will be and carve out a spot for Microsoft early on in the discussion.

For Evans, that conversation has been filled with the whirlwind debates around student data privacy — and a topic he came to SXSWedu this year to speak about on a panel called, “Data Privacy: Can Innovation and Privacy Coexist?”

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