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Explainer: Data Classification and Encryption Rule (4-004C)

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The University of Utah’s Data Classification and Encryption Rule (4-004C), which supports Information Security Policy (4-004), outlines how to protect the U’s data through classification, encryption, and retention.

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UIT wrapping up forms migration, now offering FormAssembly

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In the past year, Content Management & Usability staff transferred about 450 forms between systems and created several new forms and special databases for clients. Soon, they will retire Form Tools and begin to offer licenses.

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Sage sensors monitor environment, support 'edge AI'

The environmental sensor node shown here is funded by the National Science Foundation-supported Sage project. It is located on the roof of the Rio Tinto Center, which houses the Natural History Museum of Utah.

The University of Utah has partnered in the Sage project, an ambitious National Science Foundation-funded initiative to build a continent-wide network of intelligent sensors that monitor environmental changes.

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Hiring? Here's how to spread the word about open positions.

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A little effort, such as sharing info via social media and your personal and professional networks, can go a long way to getting your team's job postings in front of more potential applicants.

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IT governance roundup

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The Enterprise Web Advisory Committee (EWAC) met on October 13 for accessibility training. The Teaching and Learning Portfolio (TLP) assembled on October 25 to adjust Learning Spaces requests and discuss the U's learning ecosystem.

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Rob Birkinshaw wins the 2022-23 Kevin Taylor Award

Rob Birkinshaw, center, accepts the 2022-23 Kevin Taylor Memorial Service Award. Also pictured is Dustin Udy.

UIT leadership congratulates the six nominees for the 2022-23 Kevin Taylor Memorial Service Award: Rob Birkinshaw, Brandon Gresham, Josh Grey, Ryan Hines, Beth Sallay, and Dan Thornley. This year’s winner is Rob Birkinshaw.

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Student intern certification program gets green light

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A Canvas-hosted certification program for UIT student interns is expected to launch in October. The course will comprise three modules: the first two will pertain to students in any IT role, and the third module will provide role-specific training.

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UIT Leadership Spotlight: Brandon Gresham, manager, CRM Team

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Gresham says it's difficult to overstate the transformational potential that the Salesforce constituent management relationship system could have on the university and student experience.

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Last Updated: 4/11/22