Over 140 participants in the Michigan IT community collaborated to build 18 diverse projects over two days. Along the way, they made connections that will last.
Squirrels and backhoes can cause havoc for the university’s core fiber network. But thanks to redundant design, campus is protected from outages.
After months of collaboration, LSA Technology Services’ work will be apparent in the U-M Museum of Natural History opening on April 14.
Many of you are familiar with the Verizon commercial “Can you Hear Me Now?” Thanks to the partnership between ITS, HITS, and Verizon, the answer to that question for folks in the North Campus Research Complex is a resounding “Yes!”
During the day, Sean Green serves as the manager of web services for LSA Technology Services. But after hours, he becomes a stats superstar for the U-M Men’s Basketball Team.
“How do I get access to —?” is likely not an unfamiliar question. The ability to answer often relies on knowing a sometimes complex network of requests and approval processes, which can span academic and administrative offices. Three campus units partnered with ITS to take an important step towards improving how access is managed in their unit. The… Read More »
Michigan IT staff on the Ann Arbor, Dearborn, and Flint campuses and in Michigan Medicine were responsible for the successful Duo expansion. This journey as a community made U-M 106,000 people safer. Read how.
ITS has announced that the final step in the multi-year process to decommission CTools will take place on July 1, 2019 when the platform will be retired and content will no longer be accessible. For more than a decade, the U-M community had used CTools for learning management, file sharing and storage, project collaboration, and research support. The… Read More »
ITS staff gave a presentation and demonstrated assistive technology at this event that focused on the impact design decisions have on humanity and society as a whole.
New course evaluation software helps provide instructors with more nuanced feedback from students that can be used to improve their courses.
The annual event, hosted by the UMSI and U-M Information Assurance, brings together faculty, researchers, students, and staff for multidisciplinary conversations about privacy’s role in society.
Youth Hub is an interactive marketplace offered by U-M Center for Educational Outreach that highlights pre-college K-12 programs and opportunities offered by schools and colleges.
To say Privacy@Michigan 2019 was well-connected would be an understatement. Online conversations happened throughout the day on Twitter and continued on Reddit Tuesday.
MSetup enables the campus community to connect many more wireless devices to the U-M network than ever before—including smart speakers, wearables, game consoles, and more.
UM-Flint will transition to G Suite for Education to replace Microsoft Exchange/Outlook email and calendar services, among other apps. See the project plan and timeline that focuses on staff and faculty.
It’s that time of year again! We are slowing down for the end of term, and gearing up (geeking up?) for the winter break. It’s always a good plan to have some extra activities available for those days where so many people are stuck at home. Following on the heels of last year’s tech comics & coloring books,… Read More »
Now in its fifth year, the Michigan IT Symposium continues to be the premiere event that brings together IT staff throughout the university to share ideas, meet new people, and reconnect with former colleagues. This year, more than 425 IT professionals from across U-M came together on November 28–29, to celebrate the expertise, innovation, and talents of the… Read More »