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Message from the CIO

As we head into summer, we reflect on how vastly different this year has been. Learning, teaching, and working remotely while providing flexibility in processes and deadlines has been an unprecedented challenge. The IT Division has prioritized transitioning quickly and effectively to meet the needs of our campus community, and we successfully met that goal with collaboration, hard work, dedication, and commitment to excellence. In addition to the changes required to maintain operations during this time, the IT staff has continued to provide online training, critical updates, and valuable support to ensure students, staff, and faculty can continue to excel in all academic and professional areas. Stay safe and Go Tech!

Sam Segran
Chief Information Officer and Vice President for Information Technology

IT Bulletin | Vol. 16 No. 8
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