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  • Windows 7 support will end in 2020; users should move to Windows 10

    On January 14, 2020, Microsoft will stop providing security updates and support for the Microsoft Windows 7 operating system, which is a decade old. Windows 8.1 users should also upgrade, as extended support for that version will soon expire, too.

  • Annual UIT Knowledge Base review moves to ServiceNow

    The comprehensive annual review process, which asks subject matter experts from UIT and other campus organizations to carefully review articles under their purview, will now take place on a rolling basis via ServiceNow.

  • U’s POWDER team completes first advanced wireless research testbed

    Led by Dr. Kobus Van der Merwe, an associate professor in the School of Computing, the Platforms for Advanced Wireless Research (PAWR) testbed will enable researchers to explore wireless technologies and applications efficiently and at scale.

  • Not just for thesis writing: Grammarly Premium free to grad students

    Grammarly Premium is not just for thesis or dissertation writing. Graduate students can use it to write a paper or an email, jot ideas down for a blog post, compose a post for social media, or type up a text.

  • Deputy CIO Deputy CIO All-Hands Meeting roundup

    The Deputy CIO All-Hands Meeting on April 5 kicked off with refreshments and words of appreciation from Deputy CIO Ken Pink and CIO Steve Hess.

  • IT Governance roundup

    The Enterprise Web Advisory Council (EWAC) met on April 11, and the Architecture and New Technology Committee (ANTC) met on April 22. The Teaching and Learning Portfolio (TLP) will meet April 30. The Strategic Information Technology Committee (SITC) did not meet this month. EWAC will next meet on May 9, ANTC will meet on May 20, SITC will meet on May 21, and TLP will meet on May 23.

  • Kudos & Congratulations — April 2019

    UIT staff recognized for their excellent work.

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This photo was taken somewhere on campus. If you're a UIT employee and think you know where, send your answer to stratcomm@it.utah.edu by Friday, May 3, 2019 at 5:00 p.m. Correct answers will be entered into a prize drawing. Congrats to Aimee Morgan (University Support Services) for guessing the location of the previous photo (the Warnock Engineering Building).

Last Updated: 4/24/19