Author Archive: Guest Blogger
By Jessica Hilt, Campus LISA and UCCSC Chair, UC San Diego.
The University of California Computing Services Conference (UCCSC) will be in beautiful San Diego this year, beginning with…
They all celebrate UC Charter Day!
By Alexa Rivetti, IT Communications Coordinator, UCOP. Did you know 149 years ago today, on March 23, 1868, the charter for what would become the University of California was enacted?
UC was borne out…
By Alexa Rivetti, IT Communications Coordinator, UCOP. The UC IT Leadership Academy brought together thirty-five IT professionals to learn from award-winning faculty at the UC Berkeley Haas School of Business, UC CIOs, and, of course, each other. During the first…
Is anything real anymore, or is it all smoke and mirrors?
The UCLA Library provides virtual applications and desktops to library staff, and virtual applications to campus through the Campus Library Instructional Computing Commons’ (Read more
By Julie Tran, CESMII Membership Manager. UCLA has been on the forefront of data analytics and next-generation IT in manufacturing for over 10 years, and was among the co-founders of the initiative in 2006 that led to the formation of…
By Eric Odell, Senior Systems Administrator, UCOP. The first commandment of systems administration is “If it moves, log it.” The second is “Look at the logs!” However, understanding the many millions of log messages generated by hundreds of systems managed…
By Yvonne Tevis, Chief of Staff, UCOP Information Technology Services. “Collaborating is an experiment,” said Jenn Glassman, assistant director for technology and project management in UC San Diego’s procure-to-pay organization. She speaks from experience. Glassman and Melissa Gee, UC…
By Crystal Ross O’Hara, Lead Communications Analyst, Risk and Safety Solutions, UC Davis.
Public service is a core mission of the University of California and one way it is achieved is by sharing innovations and technology from campuses to the…
By Stefanie Pietkiewicz, Project Manager, Community Partnership Programs, Office of Information Technology, UCLA
Breaking down the silos
With more than 1000 technologists sprinkled across hundreds of departments, UCLA desperately needed a campuswide program to unify its widely dispersed IT staff.