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CHPC offers virtual tour of Downtown Data Center

CHPC offers virtual tour of Downtown Data Center

The Center for High Performance Computing (CHPC) recently published a virtual tour of the Downtown Data Center (DDC). The video uses images, 3-D models, and DDC and CHPC metrics to guide users through the data center.

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IT governance roundup

IT Governance

The Architecture and New Technology Committee (ANTC) met on May 23 to discuss AV over IP, cloud strategy, Microsoft O365 training, Azure AD, the U's cybersecurity plan, the Google storage agreement, and One U PeopleSoft optimization. No other IT governance committees met in May.

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UIT named employer of the year for student programs

2022 Career Impact Award logo

The U’s Career & Professional Development Center recently recognized UIT as its 2022 Employer of the Year for the “exceptional support” shown by its student employment programs.

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Meet Your Colleagues: Service Management Platform Services Team

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Meet the workflow whizzes behind ServiceNow. Since its introduction, the IT service management platform has undergone module rollouts that include incident, problem, change, release, and knowledge management.

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Zimmerman named associate director for Accounting & Finance

Brandon Zimmerman has been named associate director for UIT & UETN accounting and finance

Brandon Zimmerman has been promoted to associate director for UIT & UETN Accounting & Finance, effective April 16, 2022. He previously served for three years as accounting and finance manager for the team.

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New portal streamlines software store experience

The new software catalog portal for U staff and faculty boasts an easier-to-navigate user interface.

A new, easier-to-navigate online portal where U staff and faculty may purchase, download, and manage software from the university’s Office of Software Licensing went live on April 13.

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PII doesn't belong in your email

PII doesn’t belong in your email

Personally identifiable information (PII) should not be handled via email because it is an inherently insecure mechanism to transmit and receive restricted and sensitive data.

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Last Updated: 4/11/22