Friday, November 4, 2011 - 10:26 Gene Fields

Why is the standard PC/laptop so important?

Saturday, June 25, 2011 - 23:14 Charles Broome

Interested in Cyber Security?  Join the Louisiana Info-Sec Community in the 2011 Initiative - Tiger Trap 2011 Cyber Security Challenge.

Master the Tiger Trap event then take on freelancers looking to take elite status.  Check out USCC which turns it up a notch.

Wednesday, November 24, 2010 - 14:25 Charles Broome

The internet is a great place to gather information, utilize services, and even meet with friends, but no one tells you about the dangers that lurk behind just connecting.  My name is Charles Broome and I'll be your marshall for our campus network and advise you of traps in the digital landscape outside of our network borders. 

Friday, April 30, 2010 - 20:41 Gene Fields

I wanted to remind you again of the May 4th (next Tuesday) Sungard/Banner presentation at the Crowne Plaza.  The attached agenda/schedule outlines all of the activities planned for the day.  Note: The schedule/agenda will follow the same format at the presentation last Tuesday.  Of particular importance to the Council and the Procurement Team, is the General Session in the morning and the Implementation meeting with the University Council/ERP Procur

Wednesday, April 21, 2010 - 20:36 Gene Fields

Please mark April 27th, 2010 on your calendar and be ready to engage Oracle/Peoplesoft in an interactive preview of their Higher Education ERP product.  Your participation is paramount to our success in selecting a vendor that can provide solutions that best fit our needs.  I encourage you to invite key members of your staff involved in the assessment/evaluation process and other University constituents that you feel might be interested in the presentations.<

Friday, April 16, 2010 - 16:59 Gene Fields

A mechanism has been put in place for the maintenance and support of the student funded technologies on campus.  On April 15, 2010, the STEP Council approved a STEP Sustainability Plan designed to ensure that laboratories, smart classrooms, and infrastructure funded by STEP can be maintained and continue to provide satisfactory service to students.  The Plan allocates one third (33%) of STEP revenues to a fund for the following six primary purposes: