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The future is now
Blog posts from Mark Roman, Chief Information Officer at SFU.
This year, SFU steps into 2021 by staying safe and remotely connected. As tools and technology quickly become our constant companions, a fresh start to a promising year presents an opportunity to share our experiences as digital netizens. In this January update, SFU's Chief Information Officer, Mark Roman, shares his advice for working remotely while using SFU's most popular service, Zoom.
New Term, New Normal
This fall, Information Systems engaged in SFU's busiest back-to-school semesters as faculty and students returned to the university by staying safe at home. In this November update from SFU's Chief Information Officer, Mark Roman, learn about new support resources created to help faculty connect with technology and hardware at SFU, new projects that lay the groundwork for unified communications, SFU's decision to require multifactor authentication in 2021 and much more.
Information Systems Prepares for a Remote Autumn
As SFU prepares for a COVID Fall semester, Information Systems is introducing and expanding many services that support remote study, work and research within the University.