Joe Voje is the Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) at OHSU. Before joining OHSU in May, Joe worked as CISO for the City and County of San Francisco. He’s an active contributor to the international and national information security communities, serving on the Certified Chief Information Security Officer advisory board for EC-Council, an international information security training and certification body. What is your vision for the research community and data security? I’m committed to enabling … Read More
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A flexible research storage platform created specifically to meet the diverse needs of the research community is now available through the OHSU Information Technology Group and the Advanced Computing Center. Research Data Storage provides long-term, large-scale, secure storage housed at two physical locations that provide optimal data replication and redundancy. The platform is easy-to-access, robust and flexible. The cost is $70 per terabyte per year and $140 per terabyte per year for replicated storage. There … Read More
The Discoverer Replacement Program, in partnership with Oracle Grants Accounting Project Stakeholders, is hosting a Discoverer to Cognos roadshow. The goal of this roadshow, tailored specifically for users of Oracle Grants Accounting, is to show where key reports can be found in the new IBM Cognos Reporting tool. In addition to this demo, you’ll also learn how to access and run them. This roadshow is an opportunity to learn how to transition confidently to the new … Read More
On Wednesday, July 3, ITG will be performing a critical reboot of the wireless data network. Later this month, on July 15, ITG has planned for a wireless network upgrade that will also impact WiFi services. For more information, visit the TechTalk blog. For questions, please contact the ITG Help Desk at 4-2222.
If you’ve always wanted to send and receive large file attachments with your OHSU email account here’s good news from ITG’s TechTalk. Good news for those OHSU staff that need to share files through email. ITG is now allowing .ZIP and .XML files to be received to and sent from ohsu.edu email accounts. In the past, these file types were not allowed; however, thanks to careful improvements in OHSU’s security controls, these files no longer … Read More