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The next generation of television has arrived at Ohio State. Ultra-High-Definition (UHD) television, also known as 4K TV, launched on the Office of the Chief Information Officer’s cable television service on March 8 with the NASA 4K channel. Boasting a resolution of 3840 x 2160 for 8.3 megapixels, 4K TV is far more advanced than 1080p HD’s previous best resolution of 1920 x 1080 for 2 megapixels.
In the course of your work for The Ohio State University, you will be given access to many types of information about university business and research, which is referred to as institutional data. As an institutional data user, you must be aware of the responsibilities entrusted to you in preserving the security and confidentiality of this information, as outlined in the Institutional Data policy (IDP).
Ray Bradbury predicted it back in 1950 in his short story “There Will Come Soft Rains”—household appliances and devices being set to automatically make breakfast, clean the house, open the garage door and more. In 2016, 10 years ahead of Bradbury’s scenario, we’re already entering this world thanks to the Internet of Things.
This month, the spotlight falls on ODEE employee, Josh Jennings. As a manager of classroom technology, Josh can be found updating over 350 collaborative learning spaces (AND responding to incidents on top of regular maintenance). Josh has been with Ohio State since 2000, and when he’s away from campus, he can be found golfing, reading Stephen King and raising two future American Ninja Warriors. Learn more about Josh in this month’s employee spotlight.