CSG Fall - September 2018 (UVa)
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Brief TitleProposer(s)VolunteersExplanation/RationaleSession Type (D=Discussion, W=Workshop, E=Either)Workshop Votes
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Deliberate Diversity (THURSDAY PM)Sharif NijimCarrie Shumaker and Jim Behm (UMich), Scot Ransbottom and Clare Gilbert (Virginia Tech), Tracy Futhey (Duke), Connie Deighan Eaton (CMU), Paul Erickson (Nebraska), Orrie Gartner (Colorado)Short discussion on what schools are doing around diversifying the workforce. Lightning round style, exploring specifically what we are doing, what works, and what doesn't. DNorthwesternPSU, CMU, UCB, UCSD, Columbia, Nebraska, NYU, ND, UWash, Rice, Duke, VT, Chicago, Yale, UMN, Harvard,Stanford, Iowa11818192<-- Rank of Total Count
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IT’s Role in Digital Transformation (WEDNESDAY AM)Bernard Gulachek, Kemal Badur, Phoebe JohnsonPaul Erickson (Nebraska), Jim (UCB), Bill Wrobleski (PSU), Jim Phelps (UW), Sharif Nijim (Notre Dame), Vincent Hou (NYU)We all acknowledge that higher education is going to go through digital transformation.​ Over the next decade, we will be facing drastic changes in the delivery of education on our campuses. What is IT’s role in this ​work​? How d​oes IT​ ​transcend the role of provider, or even adviser, and ​become ​an engaged player on ​the team that is driving the transformation on our campuses? How do we talk about IT differently, measure ourselves differently, and help our organizations be successful?WUWash, Rice, Nebraska, UMich, USC, PSU, UCB, Columbia, NYU,Stanford, UMN, Cornell12012125
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Integrating Cloud ERPs with Campus AppsJim PhelpsUMich, UWash, MIT(Rob Ehlert)More of us are moving our ERPs to cloud SaaS solutions. How are you integrating the ERP with the institution and outside partners?EPSU, UMichCMU212311
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The Edge of the Network: Wifi and IoT (THURSDAY AM)Richard BieverEric Boyd (UMich), Scott Ambrose (CMU), Guy Falsetti (Iowa)Campus WiFi networks are challenging environments. There is growing sprawl in the number and type of devices connected and demand for support of consumer grade IoT (Sonos, lightbulbs, gaming systems, etc.) researchers' IoT, and infrastructure IoT - such as door locks, cameras, building control systems. Devices on the edge of the network have competing needs, priorities and use the network in different ways. How can we manage this complexity along with rapid change in WiFi technologies, and provide ubiquitous connectivity - both indoors and out.WUW-Madison, CMU, Rice, UMich, Duke, NYU, Chicago, VT, ND, Brown, Colorado, Virginia, Yale, Harvard, cornell, Iowa16016163
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Just kill it already: The art of retiring IT services (WEDNESDAY PM)Bill WrobleskiScot Ransbottom (Virginia Tech), Chas Grundy (Notre Dame), Mark Poepping (CMU), someone from Berkeley, Charley Kneifel (Duke), Erik Lundberg (UW), Asbed Bedrossian (USC), Kemal Badur (Minnesota)In this short workshop, we’ll explore the hardest thing to do in higher education… retire an IT service. We would try to go beyond just "admiring the problem" and look at practical techniques to bring an IT service to a merciful end.WPSU, CMU, UCB, UCSD, Rice, Northwestern, Nebraska, Uwash, ND, NYU, VT, Chicago, Duke, Brown, Colorado, Virginia, UMN, USC, Harvard, Cornell,Stanford, IowaUW-Madison22122231
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Hands On, Minds On learning of IT Security: IT Security Lab and Virginia Cyber Range Randy Marchany & David RaymondLearning experience in IT Security is one thing. Operational, live experience in IT security is more important. We talk about our experience over the past 15 years in the IT Security Lab and the VA Cyber Range K-12 and above. High School/undergrad/grad students work side by side with operational analysts on real issues and live enterprise data. The lab bridges a gap between theory and reality, academic and operational scenarios. E000014
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The Future of the IT Help DeskBernard Gulachek, Phoebe Johnson, Kemal BadurUMinnesota, CMU, VirginiaAs we ​continue to iterate on the restructuring and reallocating of IT resources on our campuses, it is becoming more important for our organizations to provide excellent customer service at scale. How do we anticipate changes in the expectations of our users as their relationship with technology evolves​ and becomes more personal​? How do we make our workforce more nimble​ and attuned to the needs and sentiments of our users​?WCMU, ND, Nebraska, VT, Virginia, Duke, UMN70779
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TIER: Update, comparisons, what's next? (FRIDAY AM 1)Michael GettesBruce VIncent (Stanford), Michele & David (Notre Dame), Diane Butler (Rice)TIER: What we set out to do is coming to a close. Update: Current status, gaps, and clear understanding of what was achieved. A CSG style non-opinionated discussion of where we should go next with Identity related work in Higher Education.EPSU,Stanford, ND, USC, UCSD, Northwestern, RIce, Columbia, UWash, Virginia, Harvard, Duke01212125
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Computer labs of the future - what lower usage rates, BYOD, and new learning requirements mean for traditional computer labsDavid SeidlUMich, PSU, UCBLab usage is dropping (at ND, labs rarely break 60% of their capacity). Students want a new environment - space to spread out, monitors to plug their own device into, and more horsepower and capabilities for specific things that their laptops aren't as good at like video editing. How do we design and build new labs without leaving students who need a traditional lab behind.DPSU, UCB, Rice, UMich, VT, Colorado, Brown, Yale, Cornell, Iowa, UMN01111117
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license strategy for higher edSarah ChristenNebraska, UMich, UCBas how and where we run our techngology solutions changes, license models need to change as well. Many of the larger vendors make navigating contracts and licenses very difficult for higher ed. This would be a short dicussion about strategies different institutions are using to navigate and this complex areaDUW-Madison, UCB, Nebraska, UMich, NYU, Chicago, Yale, Cornell, Iowa09998
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Microservices, RESTful APIs, etc.Alan CrosswellMIT(Rob Ehlert)An update on where people are with microservices, RESTful APIs, Oauth 2.0, jsonapi.org, OAS 3.0, (more buzzwords here)WStanford, Columbia, UWash303311
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Attacking the top: cybersecurity best practices for university leadersPhilip KobezakVT, University leadership present a high value target for IT security exploits and attacks. How can we best reduce risk and educate leadership to best practices for credential handling, traveling, and mitigate the risk of data or financial loss. Examples of exploits targeting leadership and countermeasures for these exploits and attacksDND, Brown, Virginia033311
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Multi-cloud management (FRIDAY AM 2)Oren SreebnyBruce Vincent (Stanford), Alok Vimawala (UMich), Cornelia Bailey (Chicago)How do we successfully manage AWS, GCP, and Azure at our campuses, both for central IT work and for research and teaching? How much can we be expected to know about each? How do get integrated view of spending and usage patterns? What about security? Who's doing what?DStanford, UWash, NYU, UMich, Columbia, VT, Chicago, USC, Nebraska, Brown, Colorado, UMN, Virginia, Harvard, Cornell01515154
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IT Governance and Metrics in a Secure|Connected worldAsbedUSCIn times of increasing security, policies, regulatory oversight and compliance, how do we estabish an IT governance framework that maintains innovation across the University and keeps serving students, researchers and faculty members? What metrics would be useful to measure the success of IT governance. What are the key subject areas that IT monitors as part of the IT governance program? How to break the organizational silo and identify action driven metrics? EUSCColorado11
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25th Anniversary CSGCharles A.June 2018 will be the 25th anniversary of the founding of the Common Solutions Group. Few organizations have had such a robust existence based on the premise that joint meetings of senior administrative and technical members of a small set of research universities could lead to common solutions of tough common problems in higher ed. This would be a brief discussion of the original intent of CSG from its founder(s), followed by a meta-level discussion. What successes have been enabled by the stone soup approach? What do we anticipate for the future? What changes in the CSG approach are needed?DUSC, CMU, Duke, UWash044410
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RECOMMEND FOR JANUARY MTNG (joint with facilities counterpart): Smart Campus thoughts, efforts, initiatives, and the way forward Scot RansbottomRECOMMENDED FOR JANUARY MEETING - joint with Facilities counterparts. Would like to understand where we are all heading with regard to Smart Campus. The scope would be broad in this area: BIM (building information management), Intelligent ... lighting, mobility, personalized services, monitoring, ... UCSD is supposed to have a great power efficiency success story.000014
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