As a continuing feature of the ITS Training Services program, we are happy to provide the ITS Forums series. This page lists links to the Adobe Connect recordings of the presentations. To register for upcoming ITS Forums, please visit http://its.psu.edu/training and choose from the presentations under "Forums".
This session will cover how EPIC is used to track incidents and contacts, demonstrate the interfaces currently in use, and discuss how IT staff can access EPIC.
A summary of the activities and findings of the committee.
An overview of the IT Communications group and plans for the future.
A brief history of the evolution of the ITS-supported centralized Document Imaging Service
Thoughts about e-Portfolios and how they are used at Penn State
This presentation explores the eLion governance model and how it works at Penn State.
Discussion of openness at Penn State and its impact on teaching and learning
This session discusses results of recent surveys of Penn State faculty and students
Thinking behind the current VM hosting service offered by ITS, including how we are applying what we've learned so far to continually improve the service
The presenters will use real world examples, sanitized, to help illustrate the forensic process
A review of current offerings and future plans pertaining to network performance data.
A summary of the University-wide work to develop Emergency Call Centers
During this session we'll discuss how lynda.com fits into Training Services overall training strategy and share examples of how it is being used by faculty, staff and students.
This presentation will provide an overview of services provided by the Research Computing and Cyberinfrastructuregroup, with case studies, contacts and opportunity for subsequent follow-up
What happens when everyone can be an in the moment collaborator?
Learn about a new non-profit corporation called KINBER, and how its funds will be used to construct a facility based optical fiber network throughout the Commonwealth.
Learn how a new software tool called Identity Finder can help faculty, staff, and unit IT professionals find and remove personally identifiable information, to ensure the privacy and security of the University's data.
Learn how Remote Applications, a feature of Microsoft Windows Server, might be used by anyone with an Internet connection and Penn State Access Account.
An overview and demonstration of the Penn State Workflow Project
Attendees will gain a new perspective on identity and access management for the institution, the scope of this effort, and what changes might impact them and provide opportunities for new services and better security and privacy.
An overview of the AIS Document Imaging Service and how current departments are using the services to save time, increase security and save space.
Learn more about the campuses, and discover how to work more effectively with them.
A discussion about solutions for storage and archival.
An overview of PAWS (Penn State Administrative Web Suite), a central launch point for a diverse collection of administrative functions and applications.
An overview of usability testing and how AIS has realized the benefits of having users test administrative applications.
Crisis planning for Penn State department and college information technology resources and data.
Describes development of the Pollock Testing Center and results from the first year of operation.
Describes the current status of our data centers and the reason for this study.
An overview of how Administrative and Academic Units can provide University visitors without Penn State Access Accounts wireless Internet connectivity.
An overview of the products Penn State will be using to help find and secure sensitive data.
Learn how ETS is using various techniques to engage both our local and external communities.