C&IT began receiving reports of issues with OneCard use across campus the evening of Sunday, Oct. 20. We are working to resolve this issue as soon as possible, and we apologize for the inconveniences that may arise.
Host Annmarie Caño begins the discussion with asking Daren Hubbard what he loves about his job. He likes being able to use technology to advance his colleagues' missions and see how those missions merge to guide the entire university. "It really does get exciting for us because we are able to leverage technology in a way that is supportive and not restrictive," he says.
Computing & Information Technology is excited to announce the winner of the 2019 C&IT Scholarship, Nicole Kada. Wayne State University Associate Vice President and C&IT Chief Information Officer Daren Hubbard and the rest of C&IT presented Nicole with her reward earlier this summer, including a new laptop from our partners at Dell.
Construction of C&IT's new data center at the corner of Cass and Antoinette has been completed, and the central IT organization has begun moving infrastructure into the new space. There will be a planned outage of Wayne State data center systems during this move on Sunday, June 9, from 12:01 - 11:59 a.m.
When you’re shopping for a car, you want it to have all of the bells and whistles, such as hands-free connectivity, Apple CarPlay and in-car Wi-Fi. These features, known as infotainment, make our lives easier and our driving experiences safer — but when we connect our phones, we open ourselves up to a host of privacy issues.
In 1954, Wayne State University — then known as Wayne University — was the first higher-ed institution to hold a meeting on the importance of teaching computer science to students. Fast-forward to today, and the university continues that mission.
In 1947, Wayne State University received a mechanical differential analyzer from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, sparking excitement in the newly budding field of computer science and leading to 71 years andcounting of making computing technology available to students, faculty, staff and the city of Detroit.
If you finish your undergraduate career without an internship, landing an interview for a full-time gig is going to be an up-hill battle. Making sure Wayne State University computer science students graduate with hands-on experience is only one reason the Computing & Information Technology Internship Program was created.
The average person spends eleven hours connected to the internet every day. From banking to chatting with friends, uploading a paper on Canvas to registering for classes, there is really no limit to the things we do on a daily basis online. Almost every single resource we use—from Facebook to Wayne Connect—is secured with a password.
October is the Department of Homeland Security’s National Cyber Security Awareness Month, and although Wayne State C&IT is committed to helping you stay safe on the internet year-round, this month we want to spread the word about online scams targeting students.
Wayne State University Chief Information Officer and Associate Vice President of Computing & Information Technology Daren Hubbard was presented the Real McCoy award in technology from the Detroit Area Pre-College Engineering Program (DAPCEP) at their annual ceremony Thursday, Sept. 20, 2018.
Wayne State University Computing & Information Technology partnered with the Office of the Provost, Enrollment, and Marketing and Communications to create a virtual experience for recruiting new students at country-wide events.
Construction on the new Wayne State University Computing & Information Technology data center is almost complete, with electrical and mechanical systems estimated to be completed before December and the facility ready to be turned over to the university by the end of the year.
C&IT's James Lee was honored for his collaboration with Jeremy Potts (Admissions) to create the Transcript Import Manager which let WSU process over 48,000 applicant documents! Keep up the good work, James.
Computing & Information Technology is pleased to report that the 2017 IT Services Survey shows 83 percent of respondents had a favorable overall satisfaction rating for IT services at Wayne State University.