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UIT Talks: Meeting archive

September 12, 2017: Infoblox Training

Florian Stellet, left, and Tyler Sauer,
UIT Network & Core

Presenters: Tyler Sauer and Florian Stellet, 
UIT Network & Core

InfoBlox is a network tool used at the University for DNS/DHCP/IPAM management.Tyler and Florian went over the basics of InfoBlox best practices and GUI navigation, including the differences between various DDI record types and when it's best to use each; UIT/ITS best practices for subnet IP layout; DDNS and how we use it to make life easier for admins; UIT/ITS best practices for DNS naming convention; InfoBlox GUI tabs and where to find what; and tips and tricks of InfoBlox operational use.

Meeting documents and a video/audio recording of the meeting can be accessed in Box.


August 8, 2017: IAM Updates

Subhasish Mitra,
Identity and Access Management

Presenter: Subhasish Mitra, Identity and Access Management

Subhasish provided an update on a variety of IAM projects, including Central Authentication Service (CAS) 5.1 upgrade, two-factor authentication, upcoming integrations (Windows 10 login, MAC OS login, Outlook Web Access), SailPoint IdentityIQ User Access Reviews, and how it all fits together. 

Meeting documents and a video/audio recording of the meeting can be accessed in Box.


August 1, 2017: UIT Help Desk Overview

From left, Scott Lloyd and Chris Moore, 
UIT Help Desk

Presenters: Scott Lloyd and Chris Moore, UIT Help Desk

Scott and Chris talked about how the UIT Help Desk works, the range of services their staff provide to the campus community, and the best ways for students, faculty, staff, and IT professionals to get the support they need. They also discussed recent service metrics reports and gave an overview of Help Desk projects currently underway.

Meeting documents and a video/audio recording of the meeting can be accessed in Box.


July 11, 2017: Intro to UIT Product Management

From left, Caprice Post and Dave Huth
(Office of the CTO), and Gary Carter
(University Support Services)

Presenters: Caprice Post and Dave Huth (Office of the CTO), and Gary Carter (University Support Services)

Although the product manager function is a bit different across UIT groups, the endgame is the same: deliver services that are valuable, useable and feasible. The Office of the CTO and University Support Services, in particular, are maturing their product management services to better serve the campus community. In this presentation, Dave introduced the product management concept and, with the help of Caprice, discussed the product manager role in the CTO office, while Gary talked about the product manager role in USS.

Meeting documents and a video/audio recording of the meeting can be accessed in Box.


June 27, 2017: How TLT Video Services Can Help You

Adam Stewart,
Teaching & Learning Technologies

Presenter: Adam Stewart, Teaching & Learning Technologies

In this presentation, Adam provided an overview of Teaching and Learning Technologies (TLT) video services that are available to University faculty, students and staff. In addition, he discussed use cases and solutions for both professional and do-it-yourself (DIY) video options.

Meeting documents and a video/audio recording of the meeting can be accessed in Box.


June 13: How Does IT Governance Work at the University of Utah?

Scott Sherman

Scott Sherman

Presenter: Scott Sherman, Office of the CIO

IT governance was reformed and relaunched about a year ago to provide broader campus input into the University’s IT direction. Scott talked about the overall governance model, looked at some of the decisions that have come out of the committees, and looked ahead to upcoming topics. Plus, he showed participants  how to get more information about past discussions and how to offer input into future ones.

Meeting documents and a recording of the meeting (when available) can be accessed in Box.

 


May 30, 2017: Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) Overview

Craig Bennion, left, illustrates

Craig Bennion, Network and
Communications Infrastructure, 
right, speaks with Chris Moore,
Service Management

Presenter: Craig Bennion, Network and Communications Infrastructure

Maybe you're thinking, "Service, smervish. I manage technology. What do I have to do with providing services?" Craig gave an overview of service management: How it applies to you and why the Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) has become important at the U.

Meeting documents and a video/audio recording of the meeting can be accessed in Box.


May 23, 2017: The Internet of Things (IoT) and the U Environment

Dustin Udy, Information Security Office, and Clayton Barlow, Enterprise Architecture

Dustin Udy, left, Information
Security Office, and Clayton
Barlow, Enterprise Architecture

Presenters: Dustin Udy (Information Security Office) and Clayton Barlow (Enterprise Architecture)

Dustin and Clayton discussed the challenges around the Internet of Things (IoT) in regards to the enterprise, focusing on devices – what they are, where they're being used, security risks, and best practices to secure them. They also talked about concerns around services to which these devices connect and outlined strategies for how to incorporate these types of devices into our enterprise.

Meeting documents and a video/audio recording of the meeting can be accessed in Box.


May 16, 2017: Information Security Governance, Risk and Compliance at the U

Greg Nance, Asoociate Director,  Governance, Risk & Compliance (GRC)

Greg Nance, Associate Director,
Governance, Risk & Compliance

Presenter: Greg Nance, Information Security Office

This overview of the activities performed by the Governance, Risk & Compliance (GRC) team included practical situations where it would be beneficial for U organizations to engage the GRC team. Also discussed were the applicability of regulations, data handling requirements based on data type, inventorying information system risks, and the exception to policy process.  

Meeting documents and a video/audio recording of the meeting can be accessed in Box.


May 9, 2017: CIS Portal Redesign

Mark Curtz, University Support Services

Product Manager Mark Curtz, left,
University Support Services

Presenter: Mark Curtz, University Support Services

This talk provided an overview and demonstration of the upcoming CIS Portal upgrade and redesign. Presenter Mark Curtz detailed why CIS is getting a new look and feel, and walked attendees through the new system. Curtz explained how various homepages organize links and resources in a new iconized display paradigm, and how users will be able to customize existing pages.

Meeting documents and a video/audio recording of the meeting can be accessed in Box.


March 14, 2017: Identity and Access Management

IAM Associate Director Subhasish Mitra

IAM Associate Director Subhasish Mitra

Presenter: Subhasish Mitra, Associate Director for Identity and Access Management

This update on the Information Security Office's Identity and Access Management (IAM) program, presented by Subhasish Mitra, included the status of two-factor authentication at the U, and SailPoint Identity IQ user access reviews and lifecycle management. 

Meeting documents and a video/audio recording of the meeting can be accessed in Box.


March 7, 2017: Network Architecture Community of Practice

Clayton Barlow, right background, ITS  Associate Director for Enterprise Architecture

Clayton Barlow, back right, ITS Associate
Director for Enterprise Architecture

Presenter: Clayton Barlow, ITS Associate Director for Enterprise Architecture

This update from the Network Architecture Community of Practice (CoP), presented by Clayton Barlow, covered topics including private IP address space, IPv6 routing plans, WiFi coverage, connection of Internet of Things (IoT) devices, and network standards to be implemented on campus. 

Meeting documents and a video/audio recording of the meeting can be accessed in Box.

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Last Updated: 9/13/17