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- Leading from the Middle
- UC ANR Offers Lean IT Foundation Training, June 25 – 26
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The UC Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources (UC ANR) has been connecting Californians to their university for over 100 years. Today ANR is finding new and innovative ways to extend UC’s reach to rural areas, to use the power…
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Just a reminder – May 15 is the deadline to apply for a University of California Sautter Award for Innovation in Information Technology. This is the 15th anniversary of the program. I’d love to see us get 50 applications…
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Universities in the digital age are focusing on improving the experience of their students – and providing them with personalized information to enhance their sense of community on campus and increase retention, academic performance, and employability. IBM and its cognitive…
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I’ve been blessed with many opportunities to learn from great leaders throughout my career. In some cases, I simply had the chance to work for very effective leaders and see them in action. At other times, I participated in development…
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UC’s Sautter Award program, honoring innovation in information technology, is now accepting nominations through May 15 for technology projects that advance UC’s teaching, research, health care and public service missions.
Webinar on How to Apply
A webinar on how to…
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Posted by Gabe Youtsey, CIO, Agriculture and Natural Resources. I work for UC ANR, and California is my campus. Having completed my first three months as Chief Information Officer of the UC Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources (ANR),…
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There’s no better way to advance your professional skills than getting out there and showing leadership among peers. EDUCAUSE provides IT professionals great opportunities for speaking and sharing ideas with the larger higher ed community.
A group of us met recently at UCD for the UC Shared Services Innovation Colloquium. A grand title for a simple concept – to explore what makes shared services really work at UC. Some of our most ardent shared services…
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Did you know that UC has hundreds of radiofrequency licenses with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC)? We license all kinds of equipment, from student radio stations, to police and emergency communications radios, to research facilities… Join this webinar and learn…
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By Azra Ayers. With 20 years of military IT background, UCR’s Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) John Virden knows when to get in on the ground floor. So when UC CIO Tom Andriola and UC CISO David Rusting called for…
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By Alexa Rivetti. When one thinks of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the first thing that comes to mind may be the net neutrality debate. While an incredibly important issue, there are at least 250 other reasons for UC staff…
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By Tom Andriola. I have noticed IT people don’t particularly like high-level, fluffy discussions. They would rather hear specific use cases. So I am going to do both in this article, start with the use cases and then work up…
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