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Sometimes you can just tell something is up with your computer: your passwords no longer work, programs are turning on randomly, your friends question your latest “business opportunity,” the list goes on. You dread what these signs could mean—you’ve been hacked. But don’t panic. You need to act fast to shake off the bad situation before it gets worse.
The data warehouse modernization aims to make problems -- like incomplete data sets, conflicting information, unavailable or inaccessible data – at thing of the past. The multi-year effort targets improvements to metrics, mashing up of information and data mining.
This month, the spotlight falls on telecom engineer Jeff Geren. This former target loader at a shooting range had dreams of being an on-air radio personality. However, he got turned on to tech by a PC game and has stuck with the field ever since. Jeff joined the OCIO in 2002, and the work/life balance the university provides has him hooked. This father of one can be found at TNC (when he’s not lunching at Raising Cane’s), but he’d rather be unplugged, relaxing at the beach. Read on to learn more about Jeff.
In a world where all things are going mobile, increasing access is an obvious win for Ohio State. We have some exciting plans to get there.