Wi-Fi has become a necessity: staff want it; faculty require it; students demand it. We expect a secure connection wherever we go on campus. We get frustrated when the connection is too slow, we can’t connect or when we lose signal.
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Do you know about BuckeyeBox? If not, you should! Ohio State offers free cloud storage to all students, faculty and staff through a partnership with Box. BuckeyeBox is the only approved Ohio State cloud collaboration tool.
The Office of the Chief Information Officer is sponsoring a Vendor IT Expo in combination with an eStores Vendor Fair on April 15. This all-day event will bring a wide variety of technology resources and other vendors to staff and faculty of The Ohio State University. Among the 32 vendors attending are Oracle, Microsoft, Adobe, Fisher Scientific and Continental Office Environments. Each will share information on the services they provide to the university, and many will also showcase their upcoming innovative offerings.
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Enterprise Security continues to make progress on the Framework Tools project, the ongoing initiative that provides Ohio State with the tools to organize, measure and manage information risk. The project continues the development and implementation of the overall Information Risk Management Program established in FY14.
To recap where we began, during November 2013, 159 university organizations completed the Information Risk Survey, which assessed 30 different information security related risk areas, an unparalleled accomplishment that provided a much-needed baseline.
Fast-forward to 2015 and support from university organizations has never been stronger. Through additional understanding from increased collaboration, the 159 university organizations have been streamlined into 113. All university organizations completed the second annual survey in October 2014 as well as their individual risk management strategies in December 2014. The overall risk scores improved by 10% over year one! As an added measure of success, the Information Risk Management Program achieved 100% participation within one year of its establishment!