"Whether it would name managers who had been responsible for poor decisions that caused the data loss. These were not included."
Quite right too. Put yourselves in the shoes of those on the ground deemed as responsible ask yourself if you would like that to happen to you. The public naming and shaming of these individuals, and the certain following witch-hunt by the press and other external non-vested-interest parties crowing for a good story should not be encouraged. I've not read the report, and to be honest I'm not going to do so, so I have no idea if it is simply just down to human f*ckwittery as stated, or a combination of that, and/or a lack of Business and IT DR or BCM awareness, or of funding, or resourcing, or adequate regular downtime to test that those BCM or data recovery processes operate and function as they "should" have been designed and implemented.
I'm sure the college however will have its own disciplinary procedures and those deemed responsible will be dealt with accordingly. They are still human beings however and after learning from their mistakes they may need to go and get another job to support their families. So as long as KCL it learns its lessons as an organisational whole and puts in procedures (and possibly better staff?) then it shouldn't happen again.
But it's IT... and it's not always as clear cut as that is it?