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The Las Vegas Sun published an article in January 2020 about how you can follow a few simple steps to ensure your personal information is not hacked by cybercriminals. Vito Rocco, UNLV senior information security analyst, also provides some helpful information.
The fourth episode of the Office of Information Technology’s employee video series airs today on the department’s YouTube, Instagram, and Facebook channels.
Shellie Brattain-Mazzella and Brett Burnes presented at the Nevada Digital Government Summit, where fellow IT professionals from local and state agencies learned the latest technology trends in the industry.
The third episode of the Office of Information Technology’s employee video series airs today on the department’s YouTube, Instagram, and Facebook channels.
Prins returns to the higher education setting after working as an IT director for a nonprofit healthcare system. On Dec. 2, he started his new job at UNLV as the new associate director of enterprise systems in the Office of Information Technology.
Organizers of the world’s largest information security convention noticed Franks’ leadership qualities and dedication to customer service in 2018. When they were searching for team leads for this year’s event, they knew they could count on her.
October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. As part of the celebration, the Information Security Office and Cybersecurity Center give you tips on how to protect yourself against cyber ghouls.
The second episode of the Office of Information Technology’s employee video series airs today on the department’s YouTube, Instagram, and Facebook channels.
The UNLV IT Summit brought together the institution’s technology specialists to share their experiences, learn about best practices, and integrate cutting-edge technology for the benefit of the campus community.
The Office of Information Technology launches “Made IT,” a video series that dives deeper into the innovators who make technology work on campus. The first episode premieres Sept. 9 on the department’s social media channels.
The Office of Information Technology compiled a list of helpful information about campus technology for first-year students at UNLV.
Buying lunch, printing services, and textbooks has never been so easy.
The Office of Human Resources uses Webex, an online video conferencing and meeting solution, to host webinars that are more convenient, flexible, and accommodating to employees’ work schedules and onboarding preferences.
Employees can now get an inside look into a UNLV classroom, computer lab, or IT Help Desk any time, anywhere as part of OIT’s initiative to enhance technology services and improve new faculty and staff onboarding.
Invited by Panopto to present at this year’s video technology conference, Andy Borts, Mark Kasselhut, and Michael Theil are sharing their experience with developing a universal lecture recording system at UNLV.
The Office of Information Technology’s graphic designer honored as the second-place recipient at the annual awards ceremony in June. The accolades acknowledge staff who stand out through their job performance, attitude, and positive impact on UNLV.
The Office of Information Technology employee started her three-year term as vice chair on July 1.
Legrand AV published an article in June 2019 about the innovative, user-friendly technology inside the classrooms and learning spaces in Hospitality Hall.
My Tech Decisions published an article in May 2019 about the web-based AV proposal and project management software used by the Classroom Technology Services unit.
Chinam Seto and Andrew Vineyard won the Administrative Faculty of the Month Award in January and February this year.
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