Mark Johnson

ITS names Communication Technologies leader

When Mark Johnson first came to work at ITS nearly a year ago, he introduced himself around UNC-Chapel Hill as the new Jim Gogan. As interim Assistant Vice Chancellor for Communication Technologies, Johnson found it was the fastest way for the campus community to understand his role. When Gogan retired … Continued





Now ITS can purge old email data of most inactive accounts

ITS has shed 24,000 Office 365 email accounts in a project involving groups across and outside the department and requiring a University policy change. Completed in November, the Email Capstone project also sets the stage to address further data retention and deletion needs within Office 365, such as for OneDrive. … Continued





Scotia Roopnarine

Cloud infrastructure operations specialist joins ITS

Scotia Roopnarine has joined ITS Infrastructure & Operations as the Director of Applications. He will oversee PeopleSoft Administration, Business Process Automation, Middleware Services, Linux Administration and Database Administration teams – about 32 people. Roopnarine comes from Ellucian, a higher ed technology and cloud services provider. At Ellucian, he oversaw cloud … Continued





Efficient, effective, innovative technology The 2018-2019 ITS Annual Report

ITS highlights achievements in 2018-2019 Annual Report

ITS has published its sixth consecutive annual report. The 2018-2019 Annual Report highlights a collection of the department’s accomplishments. The report provides at least a glimpse into the breadth and depth of ITS’s relationship to the activities, initiatives and services of UNC-Chapel Hill. Throughout the report, stories showcase the tremendous … Continued





A hand holds a CTC program guide

2019 CTC Retreat provides valuable learning and networking

More than 200 campus technologists came together for the November 5, 2019 CTC Retreat and IT Awards to explore new technology and recognize excellence in IT at UNC-Chapel Hill. Carolina Technology Consultants’ annual conference at the Carolina Union drew an estimated 230 IT professionals from across campus for learning, networking … Continued




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