UAB IT is crowdsourcing innovation with SPARK, a new site that enables UAB faculty, staff and students to submit ideas for technology and vote to support the ideas of others. “Our intent is to create a voice for you,” said Curt Carver, Ph.D., UAB chief information officer and vice president of information technology.
Innovative mobile applications for HIV/STI programs are the topic of a panel discussion to be held by the UAB Center for AIDS Research 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. Feb. 9 in The Edge of Chaos in Lister Hill Library.
Attend an open lab in the Center for Teaching and Learning 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. weekdays Jan. 5-Jan. 16 for assistance with Canvas, Respondus, iclickers, GoToTraining, GoToMeeting, etc. No appointment is needed.
UAB IT will ensure enterprise systems and applications are protected, but any server using SSLv3 can be exploited by POODLE — Padding Oracle on Downgrade Legacy Encryption. Server administrators should take immediate action to disable it and use more recent versions. Learn more.
UAB has developed interim guidelines for using public cloud applications and services — such as file storage, Web conferencing and content hosting — to store information related to university business. Review them online to ensure that your handling of information complies with all relevant UAB policies and best practices.