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Summer Reading List

As mentioned before in “As much by writing,” CIS staff are constantly discovering interesting articles as they keep up-to-date on current operations and research the various technology-related discussions underway at SUNY Delhi. Here’s a list of what CIS found of interest over the summer… Adoption of Enterprise 2.0 in business What’s the Point of Desktop […]

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Bits & Bytes: Atlassian Summit

I just got back from the Atlassian Summit. In addition to learning about the latest functionality available in Confluence, I was able to check out some of the incredible examples of Confluence deployments that other organizations have developed. SUNY Delhi is in great company with its deployment of an enterprise wiki, with other attendees from […]

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I am spending the week at Campus Technology Magazine’s Next-Gen Conference. Over the week I thought it would be interesting to post the sessions I have attended in order to not only share some of the ideas presented, but hopefully foster a little discussion. I will be adding to this post, rather than adding multiple […]

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Hey is this CIO Insight Issue Devoted to CIS?

“Try-It-Youll-Like-It,” We love it at Delhi “Workers across your company aren’t waiting for you to try these applications, they’re using them already. The incoming generation of Web natives—the young people who will replace the retiring baby boomers by the millions—expects a work environment that reflects their reality. That’s where they’ll be most productive, too.”

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SOA What?

Our CIO, Patrick Masson, is always rambling in a pseudo foreign language about “service-oriented architecture” and “agile and iterative” and “incremental” this and that. In the July/August issue of Educause Review, an article by Bill Olivier, (“Having your Cake and Eating It: The e-Framework’s Service-Oriented Approach to IT in Higher Education”) attempts to elaborate, describe, […]

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Educause Center for Applied Research (ECAR)

Ever wonder why SUNY Delhi is “www.delhi.edu” and not “www.sunydelhi.edu,” “www.delhitech.edu” or even “www.realcoolschool.edu?” “EDUCAUSE, the association for information technology in higher education, is the sole registrar for names in the .edu domain. The Department of Commerce awarded management of the domain to EDUCAUSE in October 2001. Requests for new names in the domain are […]

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