For the Office of Information Technology (OIT), the past semester has been all about shared experiences, shared responsibility, and shared success.

Georgia Tech has formalized an advisory committee for the Partnership for an Advanced Computing Environment (PACE) and adopted of a new method of funding research cyberinfrastructure.

The Office of Information Technology (OIT) would like to take a moment to recognize IT units, staff, and partners across Georgia Tech who have recently received Staff Excellence awards. 

Over the past month, I have been repeatedly reminded of the significant role that women play in shaping digital strategy at Georgia Tech.

The Office of Information Technology (OIT) continues to provide equipment support for students, faculty, researchers, and staff through its Technology Equipment Loan program.

We thrive on diversity. That is one of the nine core values that makes Georgia Tech unique. It was one of the things that attracted me here last year and I believe it is the value that will be the source of our strength in the future.

After a series of surveys and customer feedback sessions, the Office of Information Technology’s (OIT) Network Operations Center (NOC) team has successfully rebranded as the Infrastructure Operations Center, effective Monday, February 22.  

Georgia Tech Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) Jimmy Lummis left the Office of Information Technology at the end of January to pursue another professional opportunity and commit more time to personal endeavors.

Since the start of the semester, Georgia Tech has experienced technical challenges to the campus network and important student services such as Buzzport, TouchNet, and Banner. While some issues have been isolated, others have been widespread.

This rise in online activity also heightens the risk for scams and cyberattacks.