Brett Clements
Meet Tori Crain. Tori is a student intern at the One University Store who is studying marketing. Her role as an Innovative Communications Specialist for the One University Store keeps her pretty busy so we were glad she took...
Brett Clements
lynda.com
One of our new year’s resolutions was to pause Netflix on occasion and do something good for our brains. We’ve been reading new books, listening to podcasts, and watching videos on lynda.com. Did you know everyone on campus has a...
Lynnetta Eyachabbe
Tis the season… for taxes! As we all fulfill our civic duties, let’s remember how important it is to keep our financial data out of the hands of identity thieves. Here are five simple tips to ensure your data...
Brett Clements
Meet Aaron
Meet Aaron Baillio. Aaron serves as the Managing Director for Security Operations and Architecture, but wait! This gets better. In addition to his detective work, Aaron boasts some mad Mario Bros skills and a hippie surfer past (we’re as surprised...
Brett Clements
New Year, New… Alerts Page? Too late? Fair enough. But we’re still pretty excited about our new OU IT Alerts page and wanted to share it with you! In addition to a sleek new design, the alerts page has some updated...
Brett Clements
We’ve said it before, and maybe you’re sick of hearing it by now, but it’s true. We have great people working in OU IT. Talented students, dedicated professionals–you get it. Morgan Clement, we’re happy to report, is no exception....
Brett Clements
Arash
Hey there! How was your break? Ours was way too lazy (pajamas all day) and flew right past us, but we are back this week and excited to chat with Arash! Arash is an IT Specialist on the Services...
Courtney
It’s no secret we’re pretty crazy about our students. Whether they work on our teams or we meet them on campus, we hold a firm belief that students at the University of Oklahoma are some of the greatest. And the...
Maya Sykes
IT Security Alert
What is the Concern? Xcode is a free tool for developing apps, but some developers have downloaded counterfeit versions of Xcode. This counterfeit version was infected with malware. And yup, you guessed it, they made apps with the malware...