Welcome to the Office of theChief Information Officer
SITAB Meeting - The Strategic IT Accountability Board will meet on April 26.
Priorities and Budget Approved - SITAB approved IT priorities including building out the core network and developing a plan for increased network speeds, more certainty on the set of supported core instructional technology tools, creating new administrative systems replacement roadmaps, driving campus-wide cost savings through software licensing, and updating the web infrastructure.
SITAB - SITAB will meet in December.
SITAB Priorities - SITAB will focus on increasing wireless speed and educational technologies as two of their priorities for the academic year.
The University of Texas thanks SITAB members for their excellent service to our University and welcomes our new members. We are looking forward to a great year in IT at UT.
President Powers expressed his thanks to all the IT governing committee members for both improving day-to-day operational IT services on campus, and proactively focusing on future IT challenges and opportunities.
Endorsements - SITAB endorsed the Administrative Master System Plan and the approach for VoIP implementation on campus.
MyEdu - The MyEdu Implementation Steering Team has launched and the pilot for MyEdu services is underway on campus.
UTmail - More than 34,000 students are using UTmail powered by Google. Alumni can now claim an account.
IT Recruiting - SITAB endorsed guidelines for internal, cross-department IT recruiting and hiring.
Capital Budget - The Strategic Information Technology Accountability Board voted unanimously to approve the capital budget for fiscal year 2011-2012.
SITAB approves the Network Operations manual, Data Storage purchase, retirement of UMBS, and funding for third party assistance for the development of the Administrative Systems Master Plan.
SITAB approved the Minimum Classroom Computing Standards.