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Photos: Deputy CIO organization holds virtual spirit week

A dumpster fire

The Deputy Chief Information Officer organization recently held a Virtual Pandemic Spirit Week featuring games and other daily activities to commemorate the anniversary of when most U employees first began working remotely due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Registration is now required for university websites

Laptop with the web browser open to the U webmaster resources website

The U website registry, a comprehensive database of university websites and web administrator contact information, identifies responsible parties should an issue arise and helps ensure the accuracy, consistency, security, and integrity of all U websites.

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New site centralizes resources for campus webmasters

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The recently-launched U webmaster resources website is a central directory for website-related services, guidelines, and best practices to help campus webmasters easily and intuitively manage their websites.

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Don't give up the keys to the castle - be identity smart

Illustration of a digital fingerprint on a computer's motherboard

Ahead of Identity Management Day on April 13, Chris Stucker, associate director for Identity & Access Management, discusses how we can all help prevent attackers from compromising our identities, and breaching the university’s defenses.

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IT governance roundup

Governance

The Strategic Information Technology Committee (SITC) met on March 9. The Enterprise Web Advisory Council (EWAC) regrouped on March 11. The Architecture and New Technology Committee (ANTC) reconvened on March 22. The Teaching and Learning Portfolio (TLP) will meet on April 21. EWAC will meet again on April 22. SITC will reconvene on May 11. ANTC will regroup on May 24.

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Leadership Spotlight: Donna M. Roach, CIO, U of U Health

Donna M. Roach, chief information officer, University of Utah Health

The Information Technology Services leader, who considers herself a Midwesterner and credits her parents for her interest in health care IT, aims to create a true digital health experience for the community and holds a host of hobbies, including snorkeling, baking, and card-making.

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UIT Leadership Spotlight: Abraham Kololli, Network Services

Abraham Kololli, associate director, Network Services

The associate director — who loves to spend time with family, travel, and fish — is interested in measuring the customer experience, staying focused on solutions, and advancing the U's mission.

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Last Updated: 4/13/21