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Message from the CIO

As we transition back to working from the office, we suggest you set aside time to reduce digital clutter and safely dispose of paper records containing confidential or sensitive institutional information that are no longer needed or need to be retained (see OP 10.10: Records Retention). Managing electronic and physical data wisely is critical to the protection of institutional information resources, including data. We encourage the TTU community to reduce unnecessary electronic files, sanitize devices, remove unnecessary social media pictures and personal information, and eliminate unneeded paper documents. We are all responsible for the privacy and security of personal and institutional data, and we encourage you to proactively monitor and maintain your devices. Stay vigilant and Go Tech!

Sam Segran
Chief Information Officer and Vice President for Information Technology

IT Bulletin | Vol. 17 No. 7
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