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Alex Tudor, Middleware Administrator III, Integration Operations and Development

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Alex Tudor comes to Emory from SunTrust Bank, where he supported the software of commercial accounts as an integration engineer. Before that he worked as an IT team lead and project manager for Panasonic for two years. He also worked in the oil industry in Houston, Texas, and has over 15 years in the IT […]

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Dalla Venezia wins soccer tournament

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Luciano Dalla Venezia (UTS Integration) recently participated in the Wolf’s Indoor Soccer end of the year soccer tournament and helped his team bring home a title. The team, called “United,” entered the event as the second-ranked team and won three games for the championship. Luc scored a goal in each game, including the final match, […]

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Luc Gets Citizenship!

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Luciano Dalla Venezia (UTS) and his wife Kim have just received their US Citizenship! The couple has lived in the US for about 6 years, having been  born in Johannesburg, South Africa. Their kids, Luca and Levi, ages 3 and 1, are already US citizens because they were born in the US. Now it was time […]

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Al Shelton Wins a Pool Crown

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Congratulations to Al Shelton (UTS), who led his team “Ball-N-Hand” to the championship of the Monday Night Pool League Lagger’s Choice Division in Forsyth County. They played a tough match against “The Crafty Veterans” which came down to the final game of 9-ball which went hill-hill. The team of Ron Springer, Al Shelton (captain), Cody […]

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McFarland Becomes a PMP

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Nicole McFarland (Integration, ITSMO) recently became a certified Project Management Professional (PMP). Administered by the Project Management Institute (PMI), the PMP credential is the most important industry-recognized certification for project managers. To apply for the eligibility of the PMP certification, candidates must complete an application providing evidence of: A four year degree and 4,500 project […]

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LITS Holiday Party Gets Rave Reviews

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[Ed. Note: Don’t miss the video montage from the event at the end of this article!] The first-ever LITS Holiday Party, held on December 16 in the Goizueta Business School, was a roaring success! With almost 300 LITS employees in attendance, party-goers ate, drank and were indeed merry as they danced, sang, and pretend-gambled the […]

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IT Issues in Higher Ed or “If You Think Things Aren’t Changing, You Aren’t Paying Attention”

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Last month, I attended an Internet2 conference called Identity Week for members of InCommon.  There were discussions and presentations about all the thorny and fascinating issues we confront every day in the world of identity management – data governance, federation, how to handle sponsored accounts, dealing with vendors, etc.   And of course, lots of chatter […]

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