Apple is preparing to release its latest update, MacOS 11 “Big Sur”, for Mac users. While Apple has not provided an official release date, the new operating system will be released this fall.
The new solution is powered by Salesforce and replaced the undergraduate advising system, GradesFirst.
The Data Security Task Force and Banner team continues to strengthen the security of protected student data by ensuring that direct (SQL) access to the Banner production database is limited to verified users, departments, and extended systems.
Sites@GeorgiaTech will simplify how student groups, project teams, and individuals create their web presence.
Interim CIO Jim McGarrah shares a farewell message with the information technology community at Georgia Tech.
Georgia Tech’s Partnership for Advanced Computing (PACE) hosted Introduction to Machine Learning and Deep Learning hands-on workshops throughout the summer.
The Office of Information Technology will perform a data center firewall upgrade and network migration to address security and performance issues this Friday, August 28, from 7 p.m. to 4 a.m.
After a national search, the Georgia Institute of Technology has selected Daren Hubbard as its new chief information officer and vice president for Information Technology.
Georgia Tech’s Office of Information Technology (OIT) recently launched a new project management platform that will enhance how projects are introduced, approved, tracked and managed across the Institute.
The Office of Information Technology will perform urgent network maintenance this evening from 8 p.m. to midnight to address recent network performance and connectivity issues.