The University of California already uses the program on some campuses but a more comprehensive acquisition of licenses is expected to drive value and integration.
Investments in instructional technology are on the rise at California’s university systems, and IT funding is in place for a big move at the California Labor and Workforce Development Agency, among other initiatives in this year’s state budget.
Two chief information officers and a program manager from the University of California teamed up on a podcast to discuss the three-day UC Tech 2023 conference set for July.
The university is set to add the new college, its first in more than 50 years — and is providing free curriculum to help spread data science to California community colleges, California State University and more.
The California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services has released a request for information on potentially expanding and strengthening a network of seismic stations around the state.
As part of Industry Insider — California’s ongoing efforts to educate readers on state agencies, their IT plans and initiatives, here’s the latest in our periodic series of interviews with departmental IT leaders.
The Technology Delivery Services group retired its mainframe, which saved almost $3 million per year, modernized legacy applications and improved data security.
UC Davis is now about halfway through design development for the $171.7 million, 11-acre facility in Folsom and expects to start construction in early 2023. Vendors will be selected from existing standard agreements and vendor lists for the majority of equipment purchased.
“For me, like for many of you, UC Tech is a fantastic opportunity to learn more about each other and to collectively set the stage for the year ahead,” writes Van Williams, chief information officer and vice president for information technology for the University of California.