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  • A win for WINS: High-capacity SCinet is successfully deployed

    Stacy Vincent, a data security analyst in Governance, Risk & Compliance, reflects on being part of the Women in Networking at SC (WINS) program, and helping to design, build, run, and dismantle a special network just for this year's Supercomputing conference (SC19).

  • CISO Roach presents on academic freedom, data security at SAINTCON

    At the SAINTCON cybersecurity conference this year, Chief Information Security Officer Corey Roach spoke during the leadership track, where he addressed the oft-tense dynamic between academic freedom and data security.

  • CHPC reaches SC conference milestone, wins award with Murray schools

    Anita Orendt, assistant director for Research Consulting and Faculty Engagement in the Center for High Performance Computing, looks back on SC19 and participating with Murray City School District in the first SCinet Technology Challenge.

  • Action required: Windows 7 support ends on January 14, 2020

    Don't panic, but do make a plan — that’s the message that Windows 7 users should heed before January 14, 2020, when Microsoft formally ends "extended support" — free patches for security issues and bugs — and leave unsupported PCs exposed to exploits.

  • Photos: 2019 UIT Holiday Luncheon

    The Cleone Peterson Eccles Alumni House was the fittingly festive location for this year’s UIT Employee Holiday Luncheon and Prize Drawing, held on Thursday, December 5, 2019.

  • Video and photos: Camille Wintch's retirement party

    Laughter and the occasional ringing cellphone echoed through the Commander’s House in Fort Douglas on November 21, 2019 as UIT colleagues bid a fond farewell to data analyst Camille Wintch, who retired from University Support Services.

  • Gift basket drawing raises $10,000 for Utah Food Bank

    Four UIT staff members took home coveted gift baskets during an opportunity drawing on December 12, 2019, but the real beneficiaries were the people served by the Utah Food Bank, which received more than $10,000 from ticket proceeds.

  • IT governance roundup

    The Enterprise Web Advisory Council (EWAC) met on December 12. No other IT governance committees met in December. The Teaching and Learning Portfolio (TLP) will meet on January 16, the Strategic Information Technology Committee (SITC) will next meet on January 21, and the IT Architecture and New Technology Committee (ANTC) will meet on January 27.

  • Tax season information

    What university employees need to know about the upcoming tax season, including how to set up your electronic W-2s and a redesigned 2020 W-4 form.

  • Kudos & Congratulations

    UIT staff recognized for their excellent work.

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This photo was taken on campus. If you're a UIT employee and think you know where, email with your answer by Friday, January 11, 2020 at 5:00 p.m. Correct answers will be entered into a prize drawing.

Congratulations to Tamar Oniani (University Support Services) for correctly guessing the location of the previous photo — skylight between the Meldrum and Warnock Engineering buildings.

Last Updated: 12/18/19