Node 4 News from around UIT
Why Node 4? In 1969, the University of Utah’s Computer Science Department became the fourth node of ARPANET, the world's first packet-switching computer network and precursor of today’s internet.
Updates & Reminders
- The university has signed a five-year, campus-wide software agreement for Qualtrics CoreXM, an online survey tool. U faculty, staff, students, and orgs can purchase licenses.
- The university must migrate off Oracle Java products before May 2020
- The UIT Service Guide provides a glance at UIT services and resources, and highlights how we support our U stakeholders and partners
- There's still time to register for three-day ITIL courses in March, April, and May
- Access the spring schedule of free CHPC training presentations
- Students and employees who visit participating institutions can connect to the internet securely using eduroam and their U credentials
- UIT news and information resources for faculty, staff, and students
- Direct IT career candidates to our jobs page
- UIT- and UofU-branded templates are in Box (authentication is required)
- 102 Tower building website
- UIT online service quick links
- UIT’s IT guides for students, faculty, staff and IT workers
Have you seen it?
This photo was taken on campus. If you're a UIT employee and think you know where, email email@example.com with your answer by Friday, March 6, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. Correct answers will be entered into a prize drawing.
Congratulations to Shellie Eide (University Support Services) for correctly guessing the location of the previous photo — Aline Wilmot Skaggs Biology Building — and winning the prize drawing.
1pm - 2pm
MOVED ONLINE — Intro to Parallel Computing
1pm - 2pm
MOVED ONLINE — Intro to Profiling
9am - 3pm
MOVED ONLINE — XSEDE HPC Workshop: Big Data Part 1
9am - 3pm
MOVED ONLINE — XSEDE HPC Workshop: Big Data Part 2
8am - 5pm
CANCELED - ITIL Foundations class
11am - 12pm
Star Webcast: How Threats are Responding to COVID-19