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System Center Configuration Manager 2012 for Windows & 3rd Party Updates ()
Ashley Burke, Brandon Emlinger
Come and see how the UCI Libraries have successfully configured SCCM 2012 to apply Windows and 3rd party software updates for the 800 Windows desktops provided for staff and public use. We will...
Taking the Mystery Out of IT Service Management, ITIL & ServiceNow ()
Brian Buckler, Marian Sherrin, Nisi Vidato, Rebecca Nguyen, Anita Nichols
A multicampus panel from UCSC, UCSF, UCLA, and UCD will answer questions from the moderator and the audience regarding their experiences with IT service delivery as it relates to IT Service...
Test-Driven Development is Coming of Age in the Cloud ()
John Purnell
The possibilities and realities of cloud deployment are impelling us to embrace chaos.
Testing Web Interfaces ()
Todd McGill
This session will describe the motivation and benefits associated with applying structured testing practices to web-based user interfaces. Practical application techniques will be covered with...
The Evolution of Literacy: Why It Never Was What You Thought It Was & Why It Will Become Something You Never Thought It Would Be ()
Dan Russell
A UCI alumnus, Dan Russell of Google explores how people use searches, and what constitutes their sense of success. He invented and produces ...
The Flexibility & Power of CRM Systems in Academic & Clinical Environments ()
Kristin Chu, Ed Martin
Customer Relationship Management systems (CRMs) are so much more than just customers & relationships! In this presentation we will review the new world of CRM systems and how they are being used...
The Tethered Meta Registry (TMR): Know Your Patients, Know Your System, Improve Care ()
Sharon Myers, Bill Riedl
The UC Davis Health System created a Tethered Meta Registry (TMR) that integrates data from multiple EMR powered paper-less care process with administrative, laboratory, biorepository, imaging, and...
Transforming Instruction One MOOC at a Time ()
Caryn Neiswender

Imagine a classroom that holds not 30, not 100, not even 1,000 - but 50,000 students. Each of which has a different background, comes from a different culture, is taking the course for different...

UC Licensing of Software & Services: Changing Models ()
Sherene Strobach, Hilary Hamm, Bob Hudack

This panel discussion with representatives from different campuses will examine software licensing policies introduced by several different vendors.We will examine agreements with Adobe, Microsoft...

UCI Campus & Instructional Technology Tour ()
Carol Jackson, Dwayne Pack
Visit and explore the beautiful UC Irvine campus. This campus tour will led by Campus Representatives, UCI’s official tour guides. These highly trained students will offer a walking tour of the...
UCLA Cloud Archival Storage Service ()
Scott Friedman, Bill Labate
The UCLA Cloud Archival Storage Service provides reliable and inexpensive storage to researchers. Over the last several years at UCLA many researchers have approached us about offering storage that...
UCLA Events Online 2.0: UCLA's System for Producing Successful Events ()
Betsy Metzgar, Gordon Anderson
UCLA Events Online 2.0 tackles the event production challenges faced by many universities: How do you instruct the event organizer (student, faculty or staff) on the specific policies and procedures...
UCPath Data Dissemination Operational Data Store (DDODS) ()
Albert Course, Jerome McEvoy
The DDODS is a collaborative effort with all of the campuses participating in the design reviews. The team participated in the development of a common data dictionary with over 200 tables and 5000...
UCPath: Building a Solution to Span Multiple Cloud-Based Providers ()
Jerome McEvoy
The UC technology landscape is vast and diverse. Providing cloud-based services into this environment has been an atypical experience for cloud-based service providers. UCPath is an initiative...
UCSF Profiles: Researcher Networking & More! ()
Leslie Yuan
UCSF Profiles (http://profiles.ucsf.edu) facilitates discovery of 6000+ researchers at UCSF, including 110,000+ associated publications, their co-authors, networks, interests, videos, awards, and...
Using Automation to Keep your Development Team's Sanity ()
Seth Roby

Looks at various tasks that bedevil every development team and examines why you hate doing them, why you'd want to automate them, how you might do it if you want to drive yourself crazy, and...

Vagrant & Puppet Used to Ensure a Consistent Developer Environment ()
Jonathan Johnson

Keeping development and production environments in sync is a difficult task, especially when new developers are added or team members span multiple campuses. This session will cover in specific...

Vendor Products & ADA Compliance: The California Digital Library's Efforts After an External Review ()
Margery Tibbetts, Ellen Meltzer
Abstract: In 2012 the University of California campuses, led by UC's Electronic Accessibility Leadership Team (EALT), conducted an annual ADA scan and evaluation of ten heavily used websites at each...
Vendor Risks: Evaluating the Security of New Technology ()
Monte Ratzlaff

How do you know whether the newly purchased budget software keeps sensitive data secure? Has the new web application used for collecting student data gone through a source code vulnerability...

VMware Backups with VEEAM Backup & Replication ()
Ashley Burke, Archana Chaudhri
The UCI Libraries have been successfully backing up our VMware infrastructure with VEEAM Backup and Replication for the past 3 years. Come and see how the software and storage points are configured...
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