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Open Mic with Eric Denna, CIO — Nov 2 LIFT Forum in HSEB 2110 at 12:05 p.m.

The Wednesday, November 2, 2011 Library and Information Technology Forum features Eric Denna, Chief Information Officer at the University of Utah.  Please join us in the Spencer F. and Cleone P. Eccles Health Sciences Education Building, Room 2110 at 12:05-1:00 p.m. for this program.

Program Description: Eric Denna, Chief Information Officer at the University of Utah, will field questions related to the topic of cloud computing. As employees of the University of Utah many of us have questions about University policy and security related to the cloud. During this informal forum, Eric promises to answer all our questions about cloud computing or any other computing concerns.

Examples of cloud computing include web-based email, Google Wave, Slide Share, and services like Humyo or ZumoDrive that allow for online storage of data on someone else’s server.

Presenters
As Chief Information Officer for the University of Utah, Eric Denna has responsibility for Information Technology strategic planning, policy, standards, architecture, and the overall campus-wide IT governance process. He supervises networking, unified communications, administrative computing, classroom technology services, the university webmaster, Web design, video production, duplication, streaming, research computing, and services provided by the Center for High Performance Computing. In addition, Denna shares responsibility for central campus data centers and IT infrastructure services, IT compliance, and operational security with the University Hospitals and Clinics.

For more details, visit the LIFT Forum page.

Program can be viewed from off-site via links from the web page; and available on demand after the program.

The LIFT Forum is co-sponsored by the Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library and the Media-on-Demand committee.

Questions can be directed to:

Jeanne Le Ber; 801-585-6744 or jeanne.leber@utah.edu

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