Dana Fair, ITS Communications

Dana Fair, ITS Communications

Contact Dana at danafair@umich.edu.

Web Platforms service town hall March 7

A town hall and interactive session will be held to discuss the new Web Platforms service being developed by ITS for the university community. This event will take place on Wednesday, March 7 at 2:00 p.m. in the Great Lakes Central Room, Palmer Commons. Members of the university web developer community and those who have an interest in… Read More »

New web hosting platforms to meet campus needs

By | December 12, 2017

Information and Technology Services is redesigning and launching new web hosting platforms that are tailored to the unique and varying needs of the U-M community. “The main aspects of the hosting platforms will be reliable and robust cloud-first architecture, scalable and flexible environment, simple provisioning, and security improvements,” says Deborah Gowan, director of ITS application operations. “Individuals can… Read More »

What do you think about MaizeLink?

ITS is piloting new software for campus called MaizeLink. Powered by OneCampus, the software uses search and filter technology to make it easier to organize preferred web-based campus services in one mobile-friendly location. For the last two years, ITS engaged campus user groups via interviews, surveys, and prototype reviews to search for software to do what this one… Read More »

E-signature service comes to campus

The university recently signed an enterprise services agreement with Barracuda Networks for a new e-signature service called U-M SignNow. The agreement covers the Ann Arbor, Dearborn, and Flint campuses, and Michigan Medicine. “The first service pilot has begun already,” says Bob Sabourin, U-M SignNow project lead. “Enrolled participants include the Alumni Association, Athletics, College of Engineering, Conference and… Read More »

U-M not affected by worldwide ransomware attacks

U-M has not been affected by the widespread global ransomware attacks on computer networks over the weekend. Even with the U-M campuses — including Michigan Medicine — unaffected at this time, the attack remains a serious, ongoing threat. The attack that started May 12 has spread to more than 150 countries and 200,000 computers. For those affected, the attack… Read More »

Newly published MESAs

Michigan IT teams are collaborating increasingly on service planning and service roadmaps by using the Michigan Enterprise Strategic Assessments (MESAs). IT staff are using MESAs to think comprehensively about their services, products, technologies, and capabilities and to consider how they are being used today, what their future might be, and what new items are on the horizon. MESAs… Read More »