At our latest campus forum, we welcomed a few new hires and discussed IT developments in our third quarter. See the slideshow for more content. Slides from the spring 2018 CIO campus forum are available here.
We can’t predict much about the future with certainty. However, it is a pretty safe bet that complex technologies will become increasingly intertwined in our daily lives. Though these technologies will undoubtedly make our lives… Continue Reading Contemplate the future at Lockdown 2018
Lois Brooks has been named CIO of the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is currently CIO and vice provost of information and technology at Oregon State University and has years of experience in large research-intensive higher… Continue Reading UW names new CIO
If you’re using the popular utility 7-Zip and don’t update to the latest version, your PC could vulnerable. And speaking of vulnerable, if you haven’t changed your Twitter password lately, you should so so today. Continue Reading Cybersecurity roundup: 7-Zip & Twitter
The UW System Office of Procurement has announced updates for the Hosted Survey Service RFP plans and timelines: the current contract with Qualtrics will be extended for another year (thru 6/30/19) the RFP has been… Continue Reading UW Qualtrics license update
To all faculty and staff who own content in D2L and Moodle, please remember to archive or migrate your content to the Canvas learning management system by May 31, 2018. See more information here.
DoIT reorg results in new System Services Group; moving everyone supporting services funded by the Common Systems Review Group (CSRG) into SSG. Continue Reading DoIT reorg results in new System Services Group; PMO move
Whether you’re about to graduate, retire, or take another job off campus, take these few steps to make your transition as smooth as possible. What happens to your NetID and access to UW applications when… Continue Reading Steps to take before leaving UW–Madison
Heading off for the summer doesn’t mean you have to leave behind no-cost or discounted services provided by DoIT. When off-campus you still have many benefits available, including several for graduating students. For continuing students:… Continue Reading Benefits you don’t have to leave behind
This year’s annual IT Professionals Conference is only a month away! Register now to share experiences, skills, and technologies with other staff from across campus who are interested in IT related topics. 2018 IT Professionals… Continue Reading 2018 IT Professionals Conference features keynote by Wallace Chase