ITU Projects Briefing Set for April 13

Posted: April 12, 2011 at 1:00 am, Last Updated: April 11, 2011 at 8:54 pm

The Spring Information Technology Unit (ITU) Projects Briefing will be held on Wednesday, April 13, from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in Research I, Room 163, on the Fairfax Campus. The briefing will be videoconferenced to the Arlington Campus, Founders Hall, Room B119, and to the Prince William Campus, Bull Run Hall, Room 254.

The event is open to the Mason community and provides an opportunity to learn about projects and activities happening across all areas of the ITU.

Scheduled topics (subject to change) include:

Updates on:

  • Banner
  • Patriot Pass
  • Mason Live (wrap-up)

Extended overviews of:

  • Security awareness training
  • Blackboard 9/1 courses
  • Construction as it relates to IT

Previews of:

  • Bb Collaborate
  • Faculty/staff email assessment
  • Data Warehouse BI tool selection
  • Web-based threat protection

Come take this opportunity to learn more about what’s happening in the ITU, and as always, feel free to bring your questions.

Only the table of contents and the pages of those projects actually being presented at the briefing will be printed and distributed at the briefing. The full agenda and briefing book are available for download at pmo.gmu.edu/ituprojects.html.

For more information on this or previous briefings, see the Project Management Office website or contact Robert Nakles, rnakles@gmu.edu, or John Prette, jprette@gmu.edu, of the ITU Project Management Office.

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