Miss out on Privacy@Michigan? Don’t worry, you can watch the recording and catch up on the online conversation. We’ve also uploaded digital copies of many of the printed handouts distributed at the event.
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.
Michigan scientists rejoice: MATLAB, a popular mathematical computing, simulation, and analysis platform, is now available to the entire U-M community.
World Information Architecture Day, February 23, brings together industry professionals, students, and the general public for a series of talks about the design of information systems.
Do you long for more civility in social media, comment sections, and online discussions? Consider what you can do, and encourage others to be better digital citizens.
IT staff tasked with securing systems can now use a customized assessment tool to help them. Information Assurance (IA) has customized the Center for Internet Security Configuration Assessment Tool (CIS-CAT) for the university.
U-M’s network Intrusion Prevention System (IPS) now protects the recently launched MSetup wireless network from malicious internet traffic.
Google will discontinue the separate email interface, Inbox by Gmail, at the end of March 2019 as it incorporates its popular features into Gmail.
A toolkit is now available to help your unit comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which went into effect in May.
Allison McDonald, a third-year PhD student in CSE, has received a 2019 Facebook Fellowship.
Check out this free website that offers functionality typically found in paid apps: an interactive teleprompter.
The Active Directory (UMROOT) domain controllers will be upgraded from Windows Server 2012 to Windows Server 2016 in May. This will allow the university to continue to benefit from mainstream support from Microsoft.
Check out this summary of highlights from the 2018 Michigan IT Symposium where LSA Technology Services staff represented a variety of topics.
After months of using BlueJeans to stay connected, virtual exchange students in the M²GATE program finally got to meet in real life.
Sessions @ Michigan, the registration and attendance tracking system developed by Student Life Technology Solutions, has logged 250,000 combined registrations and peaked at over 100 ongoing events tracked.
Two new versions of the BlueJeans desktop app were recently released on MiWorkspace-supported devices, bringing the current version up to 2.10. Here’s a summary of changes.
Eric Michielssen stepped down from his position as Associate Vice President for Research – Advanced Research Computing on December 31, 2018. He served in that leadership role for almost six years. Dr. Michielssen will return to his faculty role in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science in the College of Engineering. Read more on the ARC-TS… Read More »
Michigan Medicine CIO Andrew Rosenberg, MD was recently interviewed by Hour Detroit about machine learning, the branch of artificial intelligence capable of identifying who is likely to be a no-show for their next clinic appointment or who is at risk for fatal medical conditions. “The best summary is that wherever a human makes an important decision, machine learning is… Read More »
The ITS Learning Analytics & Data Services team is happy to share its year-end report (PDF) with the Michigan IT Community. LAADS achieved several milestones in 2018: Delivered the initial phase of the Unizin Data Platform Piloted My Learning Analytics in collaboration with faculty from the School of Information and School of Education Data Concierge services fulfilled 15… Read More »
Michigan Engineering researchers are addressing a performance bottleneck that currently exists in the information transfer between electronic chips located a few centimeters apart in a computing system. Led by electrical engineering professor Pinaki Mazumder, their work – dubbed the “last centimeter barrier” – will enable a new generation of electronic systems with ultra high speed data transfers. Electronic chips… Read More »