The USC Best Practices and SecApp Resources project team, in partnership with Technology Services, has developed recommendations for USC responsibilities, identifying USCs, and auditing of Unit USCs.
Special guest speaker, Darla Hill, Director of Audits at the Office of University Audits, led the conversation on common problems and issues, identified by audit, which might have relevance to the Business IT Collaboration.
The Business IT Collaboration space is designed to be a gathering point for cross-collaboration to learn, ask questions, think collectively, discuss topics of interest, and share information and best practices.
The Business IT Collaboration’s Finance and Data subcommittees held a joint brainstorming session to identify reporting and data solutions that will help answer real-world questions and enable better decision making in campus units.
The Data Services Center (DSC), created by ATLAS, can help you discover data and reports, and share your data and reports with campus colleagues.
Technology Services is pleased to announce updates to the TeamDynamix Initiative, service, and project leadership.
The Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research and Innovation (OVCRI) and the Business IT Collaboration are happy to announce new support materials for the Commitments Application.
The Business IT Collaboration event on October 19 brought together over 160 participants. Lee Smith’s keynote address supplied three key elements for success, which are further detailed.
The colleges of ACES and LAS found they would mutually benefit in collaborating to build the Illinois theme for the Drupal content management system.
“IT and analytics have always been valued, but a lot of times we’re sort of in the background,” said Joe Barnes, CISO at Illinois. How Analytics and Data Management Guided Universities Through the Pandemic highlights how Illinois’ IT departments facilitated accelerated information sharing, as data became critical to health, safety, and decision-making.