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The OCIO recently announced the appointment of Julie Talbot-Hubbard as chief information security officer for Ohio State, effective October 3, 2011. With the hiring of Talbot-Hubbard, the OCIO is taking IT security to the next level
Earlier this month senior leadership at Ohio State engaged Apple’s Higher Education Team in an executive briefing at Apple headquarters in Cupertino, California. The goals of the meeting were to: Better understand Apple’s vision for higher education and how it aligns with current initiatives at Ohio State
The OCIO Information Technology Resource guides for students, faculty, and staff are now available online. The reference guides highlight university-provided information and learning technology resources and services available at Ohio State. A limited number of printed copies are available at the IT Service Desk, 025 Central Classroom Building, 2009 Millikin Road. To view and download your copy, visit ocio.osu.edu/guides.
The OCIO’s Digital Union regularly holds workshops and events on Carmen, digital media tools, online learning and more. The Digital Union can also arrange a special workshop or consultation for departments and colleges or groups of 10 or more upon request. For the current workshop schedule, registration, a link to online Carmen video tutorials, and details about requesting a custom Carmen workshop, please see the Digital Union event page at ocio.osu.edu/calendar.
IT Security is everyone’s business at Ohio State, and the OCIO is making the awareness part of the job easier by providing edgy, visually stimulating posters to the university community. The annual poster campaign continues this year with four new designs addressing piracy, user safety, malware and physical laptop security
Recently, the Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) announced it would be discontinuing its Client Computing Services for the university community on July 1, 2011. This service change included an end to the OCIO Hardware Warranty and Repair Service.
Effective October 1, 2011 the Office of the Chief Information Officer (OCIO) will no longer provide Meet Me Conferencing service currently requested through Ohio State’s Directory Assistance operators (2-OHIO). The decision to end this service is the result of a year-long evaluation of OCIO service offerings with the objective of determining how to maximize resources to best serve the greater needs of the university community.
As part of the university's ongoing efforts to protect sensitive personal information, the 19-digit code on student, staff and faculty BuckID cards has been classified as restricted data. This is not the 8- or 9-digit student or staff ID number, but the 19-digit code that corresponds with the magnetic strip on the cards and provides access to funds, meal plans, and door access.
A site redesign for the eLearning Inventory is now live and available for use by all Ohio State faculty and staff. Following on the heels of our "Year of eLearning" events, our community has never been more aware of the positive impact that engagement in online learning has on their students. Demand for just-in-time learning modules, "snack learning" tools, and available-anywhere content will increase with each new class of incoming students.