Ten years ago, NC State hired its first chief information officer (CIO) to develop and execute a progressive information technology (IT) strategy for the university.
Ten years later, what is the state of IT on campus and how will IT impact the future of education, research and economic development?
On Tuesday, Nov. 27, hear CIO Marc Hoit discuss the Successes, Changes and Directions of campus IT at the Fall 2018 IT Community Event that will be held from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the Talley Student Union‘s Mountains Ballroom. He’ll speak about IT projects that have impacted campus and initiatives that will drive us forward.
Campus IT professionals are invited to attend this event, which also will feature two breakout sessions covering the following topics:
- Endpoint Protection Standard Rollout
- News on Networking
- The State of Storage
- Wolfpack Project Management: Tips and Tricks
- NC State’s SHRA/EHRA IT Position Transition
- ServiceNow and IT Service Management
- Configuration Management Environments
The afternoon will end with an ice cream social along with an opportunity to check out several virtual reality demos, play a variety of games and win some fun door prizes.
To help us plan and to ensure you have a name badge listing your affinity groups, complete the 2018 IT Community Event Registration Form by Tuesday, Nov. 20.