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The latest edition of the Enterprise Project Digest was shared with the Ohio State community to provide updates about the project’s work. Check out the EP Digest archive to read the full December issue. Highlights of this issue:
Highlights of this issue: (1) 2018 Year in Review summary of project accomplishments at year end; (2) Workday visits Ohio State; and (3) A look at the university and project contributions of our colleague John Wanzer as he retires from Ohio State after three decades of service.
The Enterprise Project Digest is distributed monthly, and those who are interested in additional information are encouraged to subscribe.
Starting December 12, Ohio State employees can request an Ohio State Amazon Web Services (AWS) account for university business. Ohio State AWS is a viable option for secure, scalable cost-effective computing, storage and database services that can be used for things like research projects, web application hosting, archival file storage and administrative Business Intelligence/analytics.
Ohio State made huge strides in the development of an Ohio State Privacy Program in 2018. First, the team worked diligently to tackle a new European privacy regulation by training dozens of Ohio State staff members, launching a General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) working group, and creating and piloting a new GDPR Inventory Tool.
GDPR is a new data protection privacy standard for individuals within the European Union (EU) that went into effect on May 25, 2018. It also applies to the transfer of personal data to organizations outside the EU, including Ohio State.
The Ohio State University's cable TV customers now have access to commercial-free holiday music on channel 12.1 on both Philo Edu (IPTV) and basic digital cable. One or both of these cable services are standard in most university housing areas. Enjoy this programming at at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center and administrative offices on channel 24.