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UITS Governance Structure

The IT Partners program is a streamlined governance structure consisting of three standing committees that represent key groups within the University. Each committee provides insight and advice to the University Chief Information Officer on existing or proposed central IT initiatives that are relevant to the members’ role on campus.

IT Academic Partners

Comprised of representative faculty, this group advises UITS on the systems and services that impact the mission of the University.

Next Meeting Date: TBD

IT Functional Partners

Administrators from university business areas provide insight and advice on enterprise administrative systems.

Next Meeting Date: TBD

IT Technical Partners

IT professionals from across the University provide oversight on the infrastructure and operations of UITS.

Next Meeting Date: April 21, 2017

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IT Research and Insight

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IT Strategic Plan

Find out where we're going.

Read the 2014 IT Strategic Plan, our vision for advancing IT at UConn and supporting the University's core missions.

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Communication Archive

Be in the know.

View the news and announcements we send to our community about new developments and improvements to central IT.

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IT All Staff Meetings

Share with us and your colleagues.

Present your IT accomplishments and updates at an All IT Staff Meeting.

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Friday’s Announcements from the CIO

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RSS Vice Provost and Chief Information Officer

  • New UConn email website September 19, 2017
    UITS launches a new site for UConn email services. Email is one of the most widely used IT services at the University.  To meet competing needs and to satisfy varying policy requirements, UITS has maintained separate email services and supporting websites for students (G Suite, formerly Google Apps for Education) and faculty and staff (Office […]
  • Classroom Technology Lifecycle Plan September 11, 2017
    UITS has updated the classroom technology lifecycle plan. Classroom technology at the university was historically funded ad-hoc, typically with end of year resources.  This produced significant variation and unpredictable refresh.  Starting in 2014, UITS began implementing a comprehensive lifecycle plan for the educational technology installed in all centrally scheduled classrooms.  The plan was primarily funded […]
  • Updated computer labs September 5, 2017
    UITS has updated the computer labs in university libraries. University students typically have access to individually owned computers, but they also frequently rely on lab computers.  Before the start of the semester, UITS replaced thin client computers in the libraries on the Storrs and regional campuses with 220 powerful computers, which include a combination of […]
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Friday’s Announcements from the CIO

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RSS Vice Provost and Chief Information Officer

  • New UConn email website September 19, 2017
    UITS launches a new site for UConn email services. Email is one of the most widely used IT services at the University.  To meet competing needs and to satisfy varying policy requirements, UITS has maintained separate email services and supporting websites for students (G Suite, formerly Google Apps for Education) and faculty and staff (Office […]
  • Classroom Technology Lifecycle Plan September 11, 2017
    UITS has updated the classroom technology lifecycle plan. Classroom technology at the university was historically funded ad-hoc, typically with end of year resources.  This produced significant variation and unpredictable refresh.  Starting in 2014, UITS began implementing a comprehensive lifecycle plan for the educational technology installed in all centrally scheduled classrooms.  The plan was primarily funded […]
  • Updated computer labs September 5, 2017
    UITS has updated the computer labs in university libraries. University students typically have access to individually owned computers, but they also frequently rely on lab computers.  Before the start of the semester, UITS replaced thin client computers in the libraries on the Storrs and regional campuses with 220 powerful computers, which include a combination of […]