Information Technology is proud to present its 2021-2022 Annual Report. The report showcases initiatives, partnerships and other highlights of the past year for Information Technology.
(17-minute read including the Annual Report)
As a member of the University, we must help protect personal information, our intellectual property, our work, and our reputation. Information Technology can’t do it alone, it’s a team effort!
Information Technology launched an Employee Engagement Survey with its staff, the findings offer insight into how employees feel about various topics and areas.
Students and alumni: access to Google accounts and saved data will cease on June 29, 2022. Have you moved your saved information?
Reminder to enrol for the 2022 Compute Ontario Summer School jointly hosted by CAC, SciNet, and SHARC-NET.
Microsoft has announced that they will block old authentication methods starting October 1, 2022.
This change will impact some users who still use old methods to access their uOttawa emails.
Announcing the 2022 Compute Ontario Summer School jointly hosted by CAC, SciNet and SHARCNET.
Information Technology is pleased to announce that the Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) project rollout is complete.
It’s about living the new reality with security warring with convenience.
On one hand, it’s so easy to take out your phone to glance through your emails and see if there are any pressing issues. Checking your calendar before heading out to work is mighty handy too.
The Research Software Development Team (RSDT) opened its 2022 call for proposals by inviting researchers to request support for their software development projects.
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