Highlights from the past year show how information technology supports the growing needs of the University community.
Staff at the 13th annual Technology and Campus Services Expo welcomed more than 1400 students to the Eastman School and River Campus.
University IT will introduce two services in October to better protect against phishing attacks and improve off-site access to HRMS.
About 10,000 computers at the Medical Center and its offsite locations will be upgraded to Windows 7 and Office 2010.
Professor John Covach writes about his experience teaching two massively open online courses (MOOCs) this year.
Work will begin on August 20 to improve the speed and security of the Medical Center’s wireless network for faculty and staff.