The spotlight this September shines on Associate Director of Identity & Access Management, Rich Nagle. Relatively new to the OCIO, Rich is busy keeping university IDs secure while learning the basics of being a Buckeye. Indiana Jones he is not, but swimming with sharks may be enough to qualify Rich as some type of action hero. Outside of the office, he enjoys spending time with family and many fish. Continue learning about this new member of the OCIO team.
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Ohio State’s Enterprise Security team provides a no-cost Log Management Hosting service to help IT professionals collect machine data from sources such as computer systems, networking equipment and web sites in order to capture access and other security-related events. This data is retained in accordance with OSU and Security Framework requirements. The data is available to assist IT professionals with reviewing anomalies and promptly identifying problems with systems under their purview.
We released BuckeyeBox campus-wide in the fall of 2013 and usage has steadily increased over the past two years. This year, we’re excited to announce that BuckeyeBox now has unlimited storage.
That’s right, now there is no limit to how much you can store in your BuckeyeBox. That means that you can use BuckeyeBox to collaborate on more projects than ever!
Read the full post or visit https://ocio.osu.edu/blog/recruiting/ to see a list of active job postings for the Office of the CIO. We encourage you to apply or to refer a colleague. The latest openings include...
To kick-start our new Instagram page, the Office of the CIO wants to see your photos and videos. Specifically, we want to know where you want wireless on campus. Our networking team is constantly upgrading and expanding the Wi-Fi network, and we want to hear from you to help us decide which areas to prioritize.