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Share your experience with UCOP Operations and ITCS by Friday

Don’t miss this opportunity to share feedback and help improve service, quality and processes in our first-ever client survey.


Cyber Security Awareness Month, Overcoming the Human Factor

Celebrate National Cybersecurity Awareness Month

Get involved with Cybersecurity Awareness Month by attending systemwide events, learning how you can be "cyber safe" and reading an interview with UCOP Security Analyst Carlos Flanders.


Learn about LastPass — UCOP’s new password manager

All UCOP staff will be able to access LastPass by end of day on Tuesday, Aug. 2. Here's what you need to know to get started.


Avoid sending bulk email that looks “phishy”

If your department sends bulk email, UC needs your help. Here are some steps you can take to ensure colleagues and IT staff won't mistakenly view your message as spam.


Learn how to purchase software safely

Help keep UCOP secure by following these rules to purchase software.


Van Williams

Van Williams appointed as UC’s next CIO and VP for ITS

EVP/COO Rachael Nava sent the following message to all UCOP staff on Aug. 24, 2021. You can also read an interview with Van Williams by Jeané Blunt, IT communications and UC FCC licensing coordinator


UCOP information technology is adapting to meet new needs

IT Client Services led by Shirley Bittlingmeier will move to Information Technology Services to support integrated, end-to-end cybersecurity efforts and help ensure that UCOP can anticipate and respond to cyber threats.


Shout-Out for Carolin Mathew

Thanks to Carolin’s hard work on the Reporting Instance application, the project was a great success!


10-Second Bio: Partha Chakraborty, street art enthusiast

Meet Applications Programmer Partha Chakraborty, a longtime Oakland resident with a deep appreciation for the city’s diverse culture and public art.


10-Second Bio: Rakesh Singh, tropical vacation enthusiast

Meet Rakesh Singh, ITS senior consultant. When he’s not contemplating the impact of his work on staff across UC, he’s imagining his next excursion to one of the world’s most beautiful beaches.