IT Next: Digital Access & Inclusion Conference
Fostering a diverse and inclusive environment is a well-established goal of Michigan State University. To support that goal, MSU IT will be hosting a Digital Access and Inclusion Conference.
MSU Employees Level the Field with Trade Training
Throughout this spring, MSU employees are volunteering their time to Women in Skilled Trades (WIST), a program co-founded by MSU Infrastructure Planning and Facilities (IPF) Analyst Carol Cool and Tori Menold of Granger Construction. Read Full Article →
MSU APP (October Update)
The latest update of the MSU App is now available for download from the Apple and Google Play stores. This update adds CATA bus information to the Maps section of the app, under the new Bus Routes tab. Features of the Bus Routes tab include:
- Clicking on a bus route will show the route on the map.
Observe Cyber Security Awareness Month with these Tips
October is the 15th Annual National Cyber Security Awareness Month
We live in a world with data at our fingertips. Easy access to information makes our lives easier, but it also leaves us more points of vulnerability if our data is not handled properly.
At MSU we are keenly aware of the need for data safety, and we take steps to ensure that we are offering best in class solutions to data safety. Read Full Article →
Financial Benefits of Data Centralization
Submitted by Kevin Floyd,
Security and Support Manager at Michigan State University Human Resources
Editor’s Note: MSU HR has been steadily moving away from hosting their own server and infrastructure and moving towards a centralized model. The following case was an optimal time to make another move to MSU IT Central Services rather than continuing our efforts separate from MSU IT. Read Full Article →