From CIO Lois Brooks: While we have all experienced loss in many different forms this year, it’s heartening to also think about the ways we have grown in our resilience in the face of adversity.
From CIO Lois Brooks: I’m writing now to share my thoughts with you with the hope that reading them connects us together, and to offer my commitment to you.
Nothing is the same. Yet the university’s mission remains as focused and clear as it’s always been. Within DoIT and the IT community at the university, our mission remains the same as well.
As we all adjust to an immense amount of change and uncertainty, CIO Lois Brooks shares things we’re doing at DoIT to maintain social connection, even as we remain physically distant for a time.
Chief Information Officer Lois Brooks reflects on the university’s shift to a fully virtual environment and the “all hands lifting” university-wide collaboration that made it possible.
From CIO Lois Brooks: When I think about the important work ahead of us this year in the Division of Information Technology, my thoughts perhaps surprisingly turn to sports.
“By doing, testing, engaging, and reading, we’re learning new things every day,” writes CIO Lois Brooks. “This is essential if we are to be a driving force of innovation.”
As far back as the Confirmation classes I took when I was in middle school (which I remember being called Junior High School), I’ve always thought of the first five books of the Bible as setting the baseline for how people should act. Our pastors and teachers called these books The Pentateuch…
As a general rule, fear, uncertainty and doubt (known as FUD in cybersecurity circles) are discouraged as an effective method of influencing audiences. Is there ever a situation where FUD is useful? Sam Curry is …
The CISO’s Perspective 2018 – June At the University of Wisconsin-Madison, we know the higher education and research communities are, in practice and by necessity, an open and collaborative society driven by the need to …