President Cheng helped us celebrate a very success Campus Solutions 9.2 upgrade and recognize the efforts and teamwork of many contributors to the project. ERP systems are complex machines of logic and business rules that require deep technical and business expertise to establish and operate. With hundreds of integrations and co-dependent systems, much can go awry when upgrading such complex systems. However, due to the professionalism and expertise of many teams and subject matter experts we avoided the disruption most always associated with these type of complex… Read more
Last month, two of our ITS staff, Erin Plese and Jonathan Wince from our Security team, were featured in NAU Social’s podcast, LumberChats. Plese and Wince discussed how NAU students, faculty and staff can be safe online. Want to listen? Tune in here.
The purpose of cybersecurity is to prevent cyber attacks, data breaches, identity theft and can also help aid… Read more
Dr. Steven Burrell, CIO and Vice President of Information Technology at NAU has named PJ Way to the Director of Infrastructure Services position.Thank you to the hiring committee who provided thoughtful consideration and guidance based on an abundance of feedback from ITS and stakeholders. Their support was essential to this difficult decision.
Dr. Burrell would also like to recognize the excellent contributions of Brett West as interim Director. During Brett’s time in this role we’ve made significant progress to enhance NAU’s… Read more
Efficiency is key in any work environment, and Northern Arizona University ITS has created a new faculty and staff meal plan application that will expedite the application and processing of meal plan requests for full-time, benefit-eligible employees.
Thanks to the collaboration of Davis Wendt, student employee on the Business Process and Service Management Team in ITS, and Casey Fisher, director of strategic planning and marketing for Sodexo, there is now an automated solution that makes the process of requesting a meal plan easier… Read more
Five ITS Employees: Dr. Steven Burrell, Don Carter, Michael Zimmer, Celisa Manly and Ari Yago, attended the 2019 EDUCAUSE Conference. The conference was held in Chicago, IL, and was held from October 14th through October 17th, 2019. EDUCAUSE is a nonprofit association that supports higher education, and aids in helping elevate the impact of IT. EDUCAUSE is a community of IT leaders and professionals working together to tackle challenges and leverage opportunities that are constantly evolving within higher education.Read more
Calling all Lumberjacks, interested in learning about Chatbot – how it works and how to build one? Earn an NAU e-credential badge by joining us on Wednesdays from 7:00PM-8:30PM in Building 54 in the ITS Lab.
There are 3 sessions in November (6th, 13th and 27th). No technology experience required. **Please note that space is limited to the first 25 students. Want… Read more