Tag Archive: UCOP
By Yvonne Tevis. Did you know images in a website or document need “alt tags” to be accessible? Or that links should never be “here” or “read more?”
Find out how and why through two new tip sheets from Siteimprove.
Getting Started with the Basics
By Jackie DiOrio. When working remotely, keep in mind that any records created or received on any device belong to the Regents of the University of California, and all UC records on personal devices are subject to eDiscovery and California…
Read more about Working Remotely? Up Your Digital Records Management Game
By Yvonne Tevis. To slow the spread of COVID-19, UC staff are working from home and classes are going online. Demand for remote work tools has skyrocketed. “I should have bought stock in Zoom” is a common refrain.
Read more about Zoom Site Licenses Help UC Meet Online Demand
By Jeané Blunt. The first few days of working from home were great. I got to wear my flannel pajama pants, snuggle with my dog on my lunch break, and ditch the morning commute.
Well, now I’m a few weeks into…
Read more about When Work from Home Means All Alone
By Yvonne Tevis. This is the story of how three UC employees – from three separate campuses – got what they wanted because they worked together.
What did they want? As process improvement people, they wanted tools. Specifically, a tool…
Read more about A Map for Collaboration
By Thomas Trappler. Since 2013, the UC wide agreement with Amazon Web Services (AWS) (Agreement# UCOP-19) has made AWS products available for use under terms and conditions aligned with UC’s needs, policy, and the law.
Effective October 1, 2019,…
Read more about UC Gets Discount for Amazon Web Services
By David Rusting. As I reflect on UC’s journey managing cyber-risk, particularly over the past four years, I’m proud of our collective accomplishments. Two weeks ago, I was able to share UC’s approach, experiences, and lessons’ learned with higher education…
Read more about Lessons from a Cyber Attack: How UC Found Strength in Adversity
By Judy Thai. In November 2018, over 217,000 high school and transfer students submitted undergraduate applications to the University of California. 75,000 of them submitted their applications on the last day — and 11,000 in the last hour.
By Yvonne Tevis.
About one year ago, UC struck amazing deals with IT infrastructure companies – deals that likely will save the university up to $16M a year for five years.
It’s true, UC Procurement rocks negotiation.