Over the last several years, the Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) has been working closely with the Translational Data Analytics Institute (TDAI) to find the right technology for Pomerene Hall, a location that will support faculty, staff, and students from across campus in one collaborative space.
The College of Public Health (CPH) recently came to OCIO with needs centered around staffing, equipment and security, all tied to technology.
OCIO helped CPH researchers look at their unique computing needs and come up with a solution that offers both increased processing power and improved security without sacrificing their growing data and collaboration needs. Read on to learn more of the story.
The Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) has been ramping up Wi-Fi coverage across regional campuses. The team expanded Wi-Fi at Mansfield in the past few years, even reaching some outdoor locations. This summer they will be adding access points in Marion and Lima in preparation for the Digital Flagship iPad deployment. At Newark, the OCIO is tackling a new network challenge: establishing Wi-Fi services and turning off an existing wireless system.
Moritz College of Law is the newest member of the OCIO managed IT services family. Teams have been working together for months on some tech changes to help enhance the experience for faculty, staff, and ultimately students. Learn more about the work that is under way and the significant cost savings this partnership brings to the college.
As our offices are increasingly “paperless,” safeguarding data is more important than ever. Security is a priority, but back-up of data is also important.
Many colleges and business units use file shares, BuckeyeBox and other helpful tools that ensure data is stored offsite and/or that back-ups occur automatically. These tools are a great start, and we recommend that you continue to use them as you always have.