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Two-minute tips to organize your digital life

Organize your digital life to start the new year off right. Cleaning up and changing some settings might just make the beginning of the semester feel a little less hectic. The good news is that imposing some order on your digital chaos doesn’t have to take all day. Here are … Continued





Career builder: alexandra corbett

Career builder: the path from philosophy to IT data governance

Alexandra Corbett, a part-time data governance analyst at ITS, didn’t enter information technology the way you might expect. When she started, she was an undergraduate student studying philosophy and psychology. “Funny enough, I came into the job through the philosophy department,” she said. The undergraduate chair of the Department of … Continued





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Giving thanks for IT services

November is National Gratitude Month and ITS is giving thanks for the behind-the-scenes teams and work that keep the University running. It’s easy to take IT services for granted — we expect 24/7 access and uptime to our email, websites, documents, storage and Wi-Fi. Disruptions are noticeable, but we don’t … Continued





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Project and Change Management Community of Practice holds inaugural conference

More than 65 people attended the UNC Project and Change Management Community of Practice virtual conference on November 4. This was the first conference for the Community of Practice, which formed last year. Brenda Carpen, conference creator and founder of the UNC Project and Change Management Community of Practice, said … Continued





EDUCAUSE conference showcases “world-class” program

The 2022 EDUCAUSE Annual Conference, held in Denver in late October, featured two presentations by ITS staff members, Kate Hash, Assistant Vice Chancellor for Customer Experience & Engagement, and Chelsea Porter, interim Head of Digital Accessibility. EDUCASE is “the largest community of technology, academic, industry and campus leaders advancing higher … Continued




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