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Security upgrades will impact UMail and Microsoft app users

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Starting in July 15, 2020, UIT will begin implementing Microsoft modern authentication and, in a phased approach, two-factor authentication (2FA) for UMail and university-licensed Microsoft applications. The U's IT professionals should be prepared to help users with the transition.

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UIT played a critical role in U's managed print solution

A RedPrint machine, part of the U's managed print solution

The U’s Managed Print Services (MPS) team hopes to improve the user experience and service support model with a campus-wide managed print solution, on which it partnered with UIT, ANTC and its Managed Print Services Advisory Committee, and other IT professionals to research, test, and deploy.

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U of U staff honor DDC manager Glen Cameron

Glen Cameron, second from right, and other university leaders break ground in 1994 on the Marriott Library expansion.

In 45 years at the University of Utah, Glen Cameron has overseen some of the U's biggest facilities projects and most critical IT infrastructure — from Marriott Library, where he guided a massive expansion, to the Downtown Data Center, which he's managed for the past five years.

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U colleagues salute TLT's Paul Burrows

Paul Burrows

Teaching & Learning Technologies information architect Paul Burrows, who is retiring after 40 years with the University of Utah, leaves a global legacy in multimedia and instructional design, and a lasting impression among his peers.

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Project to improve network POC database is in the works

Robert White, NACoP chair and IT director of Undergraduate Studies

A modernized, scalable point of contact architecture is designed to increase accountability and support security initiatives like network access control and default-deny firewall hardening.

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$2.7M slated for 5G-HR network testing at the U

Dr. Kobus Van der Merwe, principal investigator on the POWDER-RENEW project, and associate professor for the School of Computing

The allocation is designated to perform tests on a live 5G-NR network at the U's POWDER wireless testbed, including whether two mobile carriers can occupy the same Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) channel using an artificial intelligence engine.

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Livingston named University of Utah Health interim CIO

Jim Livingston has been named University of Utah Health interim CIO

Jim Livingston has been named University of Utah Health's interim chief information officer (CIO) while the health care system conducts the search for a new CIO. He replaces U of U Health CIO Jim Turnbull, who will retire on July 3, 2020. Livingston will continue his role as chief technology officer for U of U Health and the University of Utah.

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UShop launches new software purchase request form

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To encourage compliance with University of Utah Policy 4-050 and Rule 4-050A, beginning July 1, 2020, UShop's “Software Purchase Request” form should be used to initiate new software purchases greater than $5,000.

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A university-wide Zoom agreement has been signed

Image courtesy of Zoom

Zoom Licensed (Pro) accounts, which have been centrally-funded by the university, are now free for all eligible university students, faculty, and staff, and University of Utah Health employees.

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Last Updated: 4/22/20