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February 20, 2024

Dear One IT Community,

In March, the CalNet team will be rolling out changes to the Campus Directory Update application (CDU) that can be used to add or update your personal information in the Campus Directory. This new application will give you more control over who can view your personal information by offering new privacy settings. 

February 16, 2024

February 15, 2024

Student Helpdesk (Student Affairs IT)The Student Helpdesk team in Student Affairs IT impacts the campus community as the primary source of IT assistance for students.

February 14, 2024

To the campus community, 

All campus systems have been restored and are now back online following a power outage at the Warren Hall Data Center early this morning. 

Data Center Power Outage Updates

These are some key messages sent on Feb. 14. Visit the System Status page for the detailed log and most updated information.
  • 2:12 p.m. System Status: Restoration of systems is going well. Approximately 80% have been successfully restored.

February 13, 2024

February 9, 2024

Hi everyone,

We are looking to better understand the demand for Salesforce at Berkeley. If you are using it, or know of people who are using it please respond to this and share widely. (Don't worry about duplicating responses!. While we included checkboxes for Mulesoft, Tableau, Slack for completeness we are mostly focused on the use of the Salesforce platform and associated services (marketplace, Education, and other Salesforce "Cloud" offerings.

https://forms.gle/sZa5VpPMeZAbeptM7

To the campus community,

Power at the Data Center is back on and all campus systems including Wi-Fi connectivity have been restored.

February 8, 2024

UC IT Blog

The Cyber-risk Coordination Center (C3) is excited to share the just published 2023 Cyber Risk Program Annual Report, spotlighting the initiatives, people, services, and tools that manage and reduce cyber risk at every UC campus, health center, and lab.  

UC IT Blog

“We have moved ‘UC Tech’ from being a conference to being a community,” explains Van Williams, the vice president (VP) of Information Technology (IT) and chief information officer (CIO) for the University of California system, and the leader of the UC Tech Community of 10,000 tech employees at the University of California.

February 1, 2024

During a recent BIDS seminar(link is external), Dr. Kyla Bourne (BIDS-Accenture Data Science Research Scholar) discussed the absence of a centralized public database designed to track how prosecutors respond to alleged racially-biased misconduct by law enforcement colleagues on a large scale. 

January 31, 2024

“Student-to-Staff” is a series featuring stories from Cal alumni who are now career employees in One IT. This series was created to show the importance of investing in our student staff, and how vital their work is to the university and its mission.

Jacqueline Chang began her journey at UC Berkeley as an undergraduate student. Two cross-country moves and two degrees later, she’s back at Berkeley. Read about her journey. 

January 30, 2024

Berkeley Engineering

Designing devices for people with disabilities requires more than engineering know-how; it requires a desire to understand the different ways we all interact with the world. For Corten Singer (B.A.’17 CS, B.A.’17 CogSci, M.S.’18 EECS), a self-described maker, nothing is more fulfilling than developing assistive technologies that make an impact on people’s everyday lives.

January 29, 2024

One IT Colleagues,

The Digital Accessibility Program (DAP) is excited to announce our continuing accessibility workshop series! Sessions will take place every Tuesday and Thursday from 10 - 11 a.m. starting this week through March. Each virtual session will begin with 15-minute presentations on the topics listed below, followed by office hours with our accessibility specialists. Bring your accessibility questions! 

January 26, 2024

January 25, 2024

University of California News

The UC Noyce Initiative brings together researchers from five UC campuses — Berkeley, Davis, Irvine, San Francisco, and Santa Barbara — by building community and providing financial funding for cross-campus research projects in digital innovation.