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Hiring and Mentoring Student IT Employees

Hiring and Mentoring Student IT Employees for Today’s Tech Industry

By Su Wang | Aug 30, 2018

For students to be able to succeed in today’s tech industry, relevant experience is often required even at entry level positions. As members of the university IT department, we have the unique ability to not only provide a job opportunity for students to gain this experience, but also to provide valuable mentorship along the way. Continue Reading Hiring and Mentoring Student IT Employees for Today’s Tech Industry

Application Whitelisting

Application Whitelisting And Your Managed Desktops

By Jeremy Paje | Aug 30, 2018

Have you considered deploying Application Whitelisting for your managed desktops? We’ll discuss how the central campus IT unit at UC Irvine has set up Microsoft AppLocker in Windows 7 and Windows 10, the benefits and productivity improvements we have experienced for both the Desktop team as well as the clients, the challenges we have faced, and the shortcomings of AppLocker. Continue Reading Application Whitelisting And Your Managed Desktops

Accelerating Innovation

Accelerate Innovation in Your Organization

By Shohreh Bozorgmehri | Aug 30, 2018

Join us to hear about our failures and successes in building a workforce innovation initiative at UCI’s Office of Information Technology – and help us think about how we can make it even better. Continue Reading Accelerate Innovation in Your Organization

ScoreShare Story

The ScoreShare Story

By Ray Vadnais | Aug 30, 2018

ScoreShare is a tool that provides academic advisors with student assignment performance data to better inform their decision-making processes and streamline advising sessions. We (UCI’s Academic Web Technologies team) partnered with academic advising units around campus to design and pilot ScoreShare in 2017. Continue Reading The ScoreShare Story

Electronic Signatures and Forms Automation - DocuSign Across UC

Electronic Signatures and Forms Automation – DocuSign Across UC

By Sylvia Bass | Aug 30, 2018

DocuSign has been vetted UC-wide and is being used in one way or another at all UC locations. The broad range of current and potential use cases is fascinating and reflects the diverse challenges we all face. Continue Reading Electronic Signatures and Forms Automation – DocuSign Across UC

Culture from the Bottom Up

Culture from the Bottom Up

By Sylvia Bass | Aug 30, 2018

The thousand decisions your department makes every day can’t be directed in your executive offices or planned out by your managers. You need your entire organization to prioritize making every day better than the last. At UC Irvine we have been empowering teams to collaborate and share best practices through cross-team forums that bring together like-minded individuals from disparate parts of our organization. Continue Reading Culture from the Bottom Up

Lessons Learned and Best Practices

Lessons Learned and Best Practices: Getting from ServiceNow PPS Demos to Real Life

By Eric Puchalski | Aug 30, 2018

Thinking about using ServiceNow to track Resources and Projects? In this panel discussion, panel members from UC campuses will explain their goals, accomplishments, and lessons learned implementing and using ServiceNow for request intake, project and portfolio management (PPM), as well as resource management. Continue Reading Lessons Learned and Best Practices: Getting from ServiceNow PPS Demos to Real Life

Implementing HIPAA into Your Zoom slide

Implementing HIPAA into your Zoom!

By Sylvia Bass | Aug 23, 2018

This session will review a basic understanding of HIPAA; departments which may need to protect PHI; and how those departments can utilize the Zoom collaboration platform while ensuring HIPAA compliance. Continue Reading Implementing HIPAA into your Zoom!

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Key Activities for the Agile Project Lifecycle

By Sylvia Bass | Aug 9, 2017

Whatever your development methodology, good project planning is important. Agile processes, like Scrum, Kanban, and Lean, address how to conduct iterative development day-to-day, but they don’t directly address how to plan a focused project. Bookending your Agile (or even traditional!) project with inclusive kick-off and closing activities can help set the stage for success. Continue Reading Key Activities for the Agile Project Lifecycle

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