A revised University of Michigan policy on internet access allows the blocking of websites that may contain offensive or pornographic content, in limited circumstances.
The policy, Standard Practice Guide 601.16: Electronic Access to Potentially Offensive Materials, was updated Feb. 12.
More than 86,000 University of Michigan community members have turned on Duo two-factor authentication for Weblogin and are helping to increase IT security on the Ann Arbor, Dearborn and Flint campuses, and at Michigan Medicine.
The revised University of Michigan Information Security Policy was recently approved, along with a number of new Information Technology Standards, and will be phased in over the next two years.
The University of Michigan is taking steps to improve the security of institutional data and systems, and even personal data, by expanding the use of Duo two-factor authentication.
Gmail is bringing a new look to users at the University of Michigan.
The University of Michigan’s Information and Technology Services has redesigned the Michigan App. The upgraded tool is available for download this month from the App Store and Google Play.
Ever have someone say you would be a good manager but you hesitate to go for a leadership role because you don't feel qualified?
Have you ever designed a course and wished you could pull in the expertise of other colleagues on campus?
As the University of Michigan continues to expand its digital learning portfolio, the Office of Academic Innovation has a new gateway for one-stop access to online courses and learning experiences created by Michigan faculty and instructional teams.
CTools sites will be converted to read-only access as of Aug. 31 as part of the university's preparations to ultimately retire CTools.
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President Mark Schlissel announced the appointment of Ravi Pendse as vice president for information technology and chief information officer.
The five-year appointment was unanimously approved Thursday by the Board of Regents.
The M-Pathways Student Administration system is scheduled to be offline beginning at 5 p.m. Thursday for the final phase of a service upgrade.
The improved service will be back online at 6 a.m. May 21, or sooner if the process moves quicker than expected.
Information and Technology Services has received funding approval to install WiFi in portions of the Diag.
In September 2017, Central Student Government President Anushka Sarkar and CSG Vice President Nadine Jawad announced an initiative outlined as part of their platform to install WiFi on the Central Campus Diag.
From digital analysis of Bach sonatas to mining data from crowdsourced compositions, researchers at the University of Michigan are using modern big data techniques to transform how we understand, create and interact with music.
Rolling out what it's calling a "street view for cyberspace," Censys — a tech startup based on technology developed at the University of Michigan — has launched a commercially available version of its internetwide scanning tool.
Information and Technology Services is upgrading the technology behind the M-Pathways Financials and Physical Resources System within Wolverine Access. This upgrade will bring a new look and feel to the navigation.
The new navigation will be available Feb. 12.
The University of Michigan is planning an on-campus event and an online teach-out as part of Data Privacy Day, which is designed to educate and raise awareness about respecting privacy, safeguarding data and enabling trust.
University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel announced Monday that he has initiated a search for a new vice president for information technology and chief information officer.
To better leverage public cloud computing resources, Information & Technology Services has announced it will add two additional infrastructure cloud platforms — Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform.
Update: The Board of Regents on Dec. 7 appointed Andrew Rosenberg to serve as the university's interim vice president for information technology and chief information officer.
A new partnership between the University of Michigan and Cavium Inc., a San Jose-based provider of semiconductor products, will create a powerful new big data computing cluster available to all U-M researchers.