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Maximizing IT EDP Benefits for Managers and Teams

The Stanford IT Experiential Development Program (IT EDP) is a CIO Council-sponsored talent development program that provides IT staff opportunities for hands-on learning, skills development, and career mobility. Learn how you can contribute by hosting for the program.

Up Next? UIT's Cvent Service Launch

University IT will launch the Cvent events management platform this spring, providing a flexible, modern, and comprehensive solution for our events community at Stanford.

ServiceNow Vancouver Upgrade Coming in April

In April, you might notice a new spring in ServiceNow’s step. Stanford’s service management and support platform will upgrade to the latest version, Vancouver, with extensive changes to the fulfillment workspace. More information will be provided closer to the launch date, keeping you informed on all things Vancouver.

Software Purchase Policy Change

Effective Nov. 13, Stanford will require PCard users to consult with their local IT team or department administrator before purchasing software that is not already available through campus providers and does not require a contract.

2023 Campus IT Plan Update: Aligning Strategies and Collaboration Opportunities

The 2023 Campus IT Plan continues to demonstrate Stanford’s commitment to prioritize and align its technology efforts across 10 strategic areas. Eleven campus units provided updates to their current plans and more will be added in early November.

Mentoring: Have it Your Way

Recognizing the importance of mentorship as part of ongoing professional development, the CIO Council sponsors the IT Mentoring Program, which supports mutually beneficial learning relationships across the IT Community. Read this guide to find the best mentoring program for you.

Endpoint Exception Requests in MyDevices

In the coming weeks, the process for requesting and renewing updates to endpoint exceptions will be done within MyDevices.

SDR combines multiple compliance apps into an all-in-one tool.

Unlock Efficiency and Ease with Stanford Device Registration

Stanford Device Registration (SDR) — a tool that unifies multiple compliance apps into a single, user-friendly interface for macOS, and Windows — is officially live and ready for you to use.

Stanford IT Community Welcomes the 11th Cohort of Year Up Interns

The Stanford IT community is delighted to extend a warm welcome to the 11th group of interns who have joined us for the Year Up Internship Program!

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Introducing the Tech Resources & Support Site for Students

The new Tech Resources & Support website is live and ready to assist students this academic year. The site — techsource.stanford.edu — is the go-to for students seeking technology help at Stanford.

Accessibility in IT Fireside Chat and Q&A with Kate Sonka

In June, Accessibility in IT hosted a fireside chat “Teaching Accessibility and Accessibly - Why Not Both?” featuring guest speaker Kate Sonka, Executive Director of Teach Access.

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WIT+ Connect: Anchor Point Film and Q&A with Director Holly Tuckett

On Tuesday, June 27th, WIT+ hosted the “WIT+ Connect: Anchor Point Film Q&A with Director Holly Tuckett.” This event featured veteran storyteller, filmmaker, cinematographer, and producer, Holly Tuckett.