Splunk's Susan St. Ledger speaks to audience

Splunk and UNC-Chapel Hill strengthen relations

ITS leaders bolstered relations with Splunk during a visit last week by the company’s President of Worldwide Field Operations. On January 15, Splunk’s Susan St. Ledger met with UNC-Chapel Hill leadership for part of the day and joined the Kenan Institute to present a Dean’s Speaker Series talk at the … Continued





Privacy Liaisons: Their role and value

UNC-Chapel Hill Privacy Liaisons serve an important role

In recognition of Data Privacy Month, ITS News presents this overview of Privacy Liaisons and an introduction to ITS’ two Privacy Liaisons. Privacy Liaisons Privacy Liaisons are appointed by the head of each UNC-Chapel Hill operating unit that has responsibility for management of Protected Health Information (PHI). Many of these … Continued





AFS Retired: Service used for 22 years

AFS file system decommissioned

Following a gargantuan effort, ITS has retired the Andrew File System. The Andrew File System (AFS) is a distributed file system that UNC-Chapel Hill used for 22 years until ITS decommissioned the service on November 13, 2018. While AFS was once integral in numerous ITS and campus wide business services, … Continued





Jim Gogan receives career achievement award from Chris Kielt

Jim Gogan honored with new career achievement award that bears his name

When Assistant Vice Chancellor Jim Gogan retires on January 31, 2019, after 42 years of serving UNC-Chapel Hill, he leaves a lasting legacy — a reliable, robust campus network, the goodwill he forged between Information Technology Services and groups within and beyond the University, and a gold standard for service … Continued





Participants learn in the lab portion of the Deep Learning Symposium

Survey indicates strong interest for another deep learning event

Feedback on the Deep Learning event that ITS Research Computing held in September, including a recent survey of participants, demonstrates strong interest for another such event next year. Research Computing conceived of and co-sponsored the Deep Learning, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence Symposium on September 27-28 with partners Nvidia and … Continued




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