Illinois State University’s information technology (IT) community gathered at the State Farm Hall of Business and online on April 8 for the spring CITx conference. This year’s conference was headlined by Dr. Craig McLauchlan, associate vice president for research and graduate studies. Associate Vice President and Chief Technology Officer Charles Edamala introduced McLauchlan to the stage. Edamala took
On October 22, Illinois State University information technology (IT) professionals gathered in the State Farm Hall of Business as well as their homes and offices for the annual Continuous Improvement in Technology (CIT) Conference.
Adobe has declared Illinois State University a Creative Campus.
The annual spring CITx event was held virtually on April 13, featuring a special guest who wanted to take a moment to salute the work of Illinois State’s information technology (IT) community.
I sat down virtually with Illinois State University’s Interim Chief Information Security Officer Dan Taube to get the scoop on the Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) campus-wide rollout.
In an increasingly digital world, we are spending more of our lives using technology to teach, learn, and work. Sometimes technology has a glitch or needs an important update. Other times scammers send a phishing email scheme that hits your inbox. Timely information for these situations, including potential workarounds to the problems, can help you when
Normally, Illinois State University Information Technology (IT) professionals assemble in the State Farm Hall of Business shortly before the beginning of the school year for the annual Continuous Improvement in Technology (CIT) conference.
Over the last five months technology staff at Illinois State have focused on facilitating improved and safer teaching and learning through enhancements and improved security.
For the past seven years, Illinois State University IT professionals have gathered in the State Farm Hall of Business to learn from and connect with their peers across campus during CIT events.
The newly created Office of Technology Solutions unifies several campus departments to create a robust and efficient team of technology professionals.