October 31, 2020

Information Technology

  1. February 8, 2017

    Forged emails spread hateful messages to Engineering community

    The U-M Police Department and FBI are investigating forged emails carrying messages of hate that were sent to several College of Engineering email groups Tuesday night from an anonymous email server.

  2. February 1, 2017

    Library participates in effort to preserve government data

    Volunteers from U-M and the Ann Arbor community joined an emergency effort to preserve scientific data at risk of disappearing from government websites.

  3. January 24, 2017

    ITS says be wary of phishing scams, especially during tax season

    The university is urging faculty and staff to be extra diligent as tax season draws near by being alert to “phishing scams” aimed at gaining access to personal information.

  4. November 14, 2016

    Protect personal information with two-factor authentication

    The U-M community now has the option to add extra security via two-factor authentication to protect personal and university information when logging into online university services.

  5. October 25, 2016

    Open Michigan initiative launches new partnership, website

    Open Michigan is relaunching as the home for all things open at U-M — freely accessible, openly licensed documents and media or teaching, learning and research.

  6. October 25, 2016

    University beginning next phase of project to retire CTools

    As U-M finishes moving course sites from CTools to Canvas this semester, it is preparing to decommission CTools Project Sites by late 2017.

  7. October 20, 2016

    Kelli Trosvig to be U-M’s first vice president for information technology

    Kelli Trosvig will become the university’s first vice president for information technology and chief information officer, effective Nov. 14, overseeing an integrated information technology strategy for U-M.

  8. October 18, 2016

    U-M’s chief information security officer talks about cybersecurity

    Don Welch, U-M’s chief information security officer, talks about raising the bar on protecting the institution’s data and information systems, and why it’s more critical now than ever.

  9. October 4, 2016

    ITS working to meet Wi-Fi access needs as usage keeps growing

    As usage statistics indicate Wi-Fi is a must-have for U-M faculty, staff and students, Information and Technology Services continues to upgrade access.

  10. September 20, 2016

    Library launches Research Data Services and Deep Blue Data

    The U-M Library is launching a suite of services as well as a repository that will support researchers throughout the research data lifecycle: planning, creation, organization, sharing and preservation.