Register today for Hacks with Friends 2017—a fun-filled event where you have two days to break out of your confines, form a team, build a project (or hack) from scratch, and show it off in a competition!
Health Information Technology & Services (HITS) and Information and Technology Services (ITS) recently asked their staff to use two-factor authentication (Duo) whenever they log in using the Weblogin page.
In 1990, women held 35% of computing occupations in the U.S. By 2015, that number was reduced to 25%. The goal of the Women in IT CoP is to share knowledge and explore how we can promote diversification in IT at U-M.
The use of AWS can be a flexible, robust, and cost-effective tool for specialized classroom computing environments.
New year, new site, new features! Read about some of the improvements based on reader feedback that you’ll find on the NEW Michigan IT News site.
Most New Year’s resolutions focus on self-improvement. But what about making a resolution for 2017 that helps others?
Flint ITS is providing tech support for a new center that will deliver much-needed early education services for children across Flint.
Michigan Enterprise Strategic Assessments, better known as MESAs, are making a splash here and at other universities.
Over 500 IT professionals, administrators, and other community members from across all U-M campuses gathered at the third annual Michigan IT Symposium.
Before you set up your away message and head out the door for winter break, make sure you’ve gone through this list of last-minute tasks.
More than 550 people attended U-M’s flagship event for National Cyber Security Awareness Month.
Want to watch live, local TV on the Ann Arbor campus? Now you can with Philo internet television, a new IP-based solution from ITS.
The Office of Academic Innovation is shaping learning to be more personalized, engaged, and lifelong.
MiVideo, U-M’s streaming media service, has experienced explosive growth since its pilot in 2012.
Join your colleagues for interactive sessions, hands-on-training, networking, and panel discussions. Plus, meet new VPIT-CIO Kelli Trosvig, who will deliver closing remarks and host a brief Q&A.
Strong passwords are essential, but they are not enough anymore. Your password needs a partner—two-factor authentication.
Web accessibility is often thought of as an us-and-them proposition. However, many accessibility guidelines have benefits for a far wider audience.