Multiple CU information security teams united to select, procure and deploy a new SIEM system that enables them to more effectively and efficiently protect CU from cybercriminals.
UIS collaborated with University of Colorado Colorado Springs Human Resources to modernize its Conflict of Interest process. The new solution uses automated InfoEd customizations that save 50-60 hours and estimated cost savings between $80-$90K.
New TDClient automations will save campus Financial Aid Offices an estimated 1,500 hours per year.
Planned maintenance windows from August 2024 through July 2025 have been scheduled and posted to the University Information Services Business Calendar.
Welcome the staff members who joined the UIS team and congratulate those who have taken on new positions.
The CU Data Gov website is the system-wide go-to source for all data-related policies, classifications, resources and CU’s new data governance operating model.
Unlike the 2023 data center move, this move does not include any production environments and is not expected to affect university business operations.
Beginning Feb. 19, Campus Solutions users may notice several small changes. Highlights include changes to the user interface, search pages, and the Process Monitor.
New self-service reset option for CU System passwords pairs greater flexibility with security.
ODIN reduces delays and marks the first step in streamlining the new student experience.