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 campus-wide Remote Resources Guide includes information about working, teaching, and learning remotely
- The university has signed a five-year, campus-wide software agreement for Qualtrics CoreXM
- U staff with an IT role can request no-cost access to Udemy for Business
- The U community can register for and complete Coursera programs for free until 9/30
- A UIT change moratorium is in effect from 7/29-8/1 and 8/17-28
- The UIT Service Guide provides a glance at UIT services and resources, and highlights how we support our U stakeholders and partners
- 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 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?
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11am - 12pm
University Enterprise Web Advisory Council (EWAC) — online via Zoom
11:30am - 5pm
ResearchSOC - CI CoE 2020 Cyberinfrastructure/Cybersecurity workshop: Session 1
11am - 1:30pm
University of Utah MacAdmin Group — online via Zoom
8am - 9am
Re-engineer Your Security Program to Prepare Your Organization for Disruption (Gartner webinar)
11:30am - 5pm
ResearchSOC - CI CoE 2020 Cyberinfrastructure/Cybersecurity workshop: Session 2
12:30pm - 1pm
Security Champs meeting