Georgia Tech’s Office of Information Technology was recently awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation to enable network and research enhancements for nearby historically black colleges and universities.

Georgia Tech employees can expect a new look and feel for the TechWorks website beginning Monday, June 6.

Georgia Tech will launch its biannual Cybersecurity Awareness Training for all employees on Monday, May 16.

Georgia Tech will sunset the BlueJeans videoconferencing solution on June 14.

As the conflict between Russia and Ukraine continues to mount, information security experts across the United States explore ways to circumvent potential cyber-attacks to critical information systems and infrastructure.

The Banner registration system upgrade provides students with access to an enhanced self-service registration system, new scheduling features and a modernized user interface for desktops and mobile devices.

Georgia Tech will begin a soft launch of the Zoom video collaboration platform beginning Monday, Feb. 7, for students, faculty, and staff.

James “Jim” Pete, executive director of Digital Business in Georgia Tech’s Office of Information Technology (OIT), has agreed to serve as interim chief information officer (CIO) at Clayton State University.

After a national search, the Georgia Institute of Technology has selected Leo Howell as its new chief information security officer.

Georgia Tech’s Partnership for an Advanced Computing Environment (PACE) recently deployed a cluster to support the Nobel Prize winning Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO) project.

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