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Important LITS Updates

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Emory Implements Professional Care Management The Professional Care Management Program is designed to help support the needs of any benefits eligible Emory University employee who is caring for an aging, sick or special needs adult, whether nearby or at a distance. The employer‐sponsored benefit will be provided by work‐life services provider, LifeCare. This new benefit […]

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Change This Weekend (and not just your clocks)

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On Saturday night, do not forget to change your clocks back by an hour and, more importantly, do not forget about the core router change this weekend that will essentially bring down the entire network for at least 5 minutes. A significant milestone in the N7K Core Router Redesign, this change (Change # CHG118908) addresses […]

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Learning & Organizational Development Program Graduates Honored

LITS is proud of its recent Learning & Organizational Development Program graduates. Honored in a ceremony on October 3, 2013, the graduates were treated to a host of guest speakers, including Michael Mandl (Executive Vice President for Business and Administration), Peter Barnes (Vice President for Human Resources), and Wanda Hayes (Senior Director, Learning and Organizational […]

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UTS Kicks Off FY14

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Who knew Brett could juggle? Delivering a message of “paying the technology debt,” Brett Coryell (UTS) and his Director Team presented and discussed a wide variety of topics at the UTS Annual Kickoff, held this week in the WHSCAB Auditorium. Employing a town hall-style format, all eight of UTS’ leaders gave small presentations and answered […]

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Allie Belle Harrison: My Hero

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As we grow up, there are always people along the way who provide that special something that molds us into who we are today. For me, one of those special people is my mother and I wish to honor her. In the 1960’s, my mother, Allie Belle Harrison (her maiden name is Norris), was a […]

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Analysis is Good – More Analysis is Better!

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How can we, as IT Professionals, be better at what we do? How can we keep an increasingly complicated environment available and useful to a wide range of customers with different levels of interest in the technical details? My answer? Use Quantitative Analysis (QA) to help us understand what’s happening in our environment on a […]

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OIT Employees Shine at Educause

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Three OIT employees recently made presentations at the 2013 Southeast Regional Educause Conference. Held from May 29-31 at the Weston Buckhead in Atlanta, the conference theme was Amp It Up! Powering Education with Technology. The first presentation was co-presented by Anne Marie Alexander (Integration) and John Isenhour, the CTO of Kennesaw State University. The topic […]

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