Tag Archives: Systems Engineering

Mike Lewis becomes first LITS employee to carry all five core AWS certifications

Mike Lewis (systems architect, systems engineering) recently completed his sixth AWS certification and was notified that he was in a select group of individuals who had completed all five core AWS certifications. Kevin Niekirk from AWS Educational Services informed Mike that he is in a group of fewer than 3,000 people in the world who carry […]

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Matt Goggans, Systems Engineer II, Systems Engineering

Matt Goggans recently joined Steve Siegelman‘s Systems Engineering team as a systems engineer II to focus on Window-based systems engineering. Matt spent the last year working as a contractor at Emory, first as a systems administrator for Campus Services, and then as a systems engineer for LITS. He also spent four years as the director […]

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MyNetID and MyPassword launch culminates the final stage in a three-year effort

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The identity management team launched MyNetID and MyPassword on Tuesday of this week, culminating a three-year effort to upgrade Emory’s identity and password management processes. The purpose of this project is to improve Emory’s security posture as well as provide an easier, self-service process for updating user passwords. “The dedication demonstrated from this team over […]

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Systems Engineering Upgrades Infrastructure HW Platform

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With an eye toward the overall Virtualization Environment, the Systems Engineering team has dramatically transformed the server architecture in the Data Center to match the current and future needs of the environment. The team had been running HP c-Class blades for 5-6 years so it was time to examine the best fit for the organization. […]

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