Each year, the SMU Faculty Senate recognizes several outstanding staff members across campus who make an incredible difference for faculty. This year, two OIT Academic Technology Service Directors (ATSDs) were recognized with this honor. Continue reading Faculty Senate Recognizes OIT members with Outstanding Staff Award
Various SMU faculty and OIT HPC staff annually attend the international conference known as “Supercomputing.” The location of this year’s Supercomputing 2018 (SC18) conference in Dallas at the same time that SMU’s own investment and ascendance into a regional supercomputing powerhouse offered an opportunity for SMU to not merely attend—but, in the form of our own booth, to proudly showcase our research work and to assert SMU’s place among computational peers. Continue reading SMU Shines at SC18 Supercomputing Conference in Dallas
Have you ever had a technology idea which could improve experiences at SMU?
Are there software solutions which would offer clear advantages and opportunities across multiple schools or business units? Do you ever recognize opportunities to advance SMU’s capabilities with innovative hardware or cloud systems? If you have ideas which require new technologies or new technology capabilities, please keep reading! Continue reading Introducing the New Campus Technology Idea Form
Canvas has notified SMU that system maintenance will be performed on Canvas’ authentication systems on Friday, April 21, 2017, at 11:00 a.m. Continue reading Canvas Authentication Maintenance on April 21, 2017
In this month’s OIT Spotlight, we meet Guillermo Vasquez, the Linux & Research Technology Specialist for Academic Technology Services.
Who are you? What do you do? Where are you from?
My name is Guillermo Vasquez, and I’m a natural researcher, a technology enthusiast, and an amateur photographer. I’m also a Linux professional and a cyber-security expert with specializations that include ethical hacking and technology forensics investigation. I was born to a loving family of farmers in the heart of Chihuahua, Mexico. I consider Linux to be my first language. Continue reading OIT Spotlight: Guillermo Vasquez, Linux & Research Technology Specialist