Craig Fowler

Welcome to DoIT News

From updates on major projects and initiatives to the professional and educational achievements of our staff, our goal is to keep you informed on how we’re working to better serve you today and in the future. We welcome your feedback. If you have a question, comment or suggestion, please contact us.

CIO Craig A. Fowler

IT Service of the Month: Accounts for Guests to Access Administrative Resources

The Division of IT creates and maintains WCUids which provide access to university computing resources such as computers, email, wireless network, files, printers, and more. Eligibility Guests, Consultants and Aramark Employees Student Workers Graduate Assistants (Non-Teaching and Non-Lab) Non-Person (A generic account for the Baseball Program, for example) Depending on the type of access being […]

NEW! Professional Development Courses for Faculty and Staff

Continuing this semester, the Division of IT will be offering a professional development service in the core applications of the Microsoft Office 2016 suite: Word, Excel, Outlook, and OneDrive. This is your opportunity to Increase your efficiency and productivity and save time by learning many of the features and functionalities of Microsoft Office. Get the training […]

Information Security Awareness: Will Your Password Be Unbroken?

Passwords are an important part of our digital lives. There are many steps users can take to protect their online accounts and mobile devices with strong passwords or passphrases. Here are some ideas to get you started.   Remember the first rule for passwords: Never share your passwords, passphrases, or PINs with anyone! Create easily […]

IT Service of the Month: Management of IT Assets

The Division of Information Technology (DoIT) uses an inventory management system to track university owned technology assets. Additionally, whenever a qualifying asset is permanently moved, transferred to another department, traded in, missing, stolen, dismantled, or otherwise disposed, we have an Asset Inventory Control system in place. Requirements/Limitations DoIT is responsible for tracking: Computers – laptops, tablets, desktops Servers […]

Curative Analysis: ‘Own IT’ Update for November 2016

The Curative Analysis team in IT is tasked with finding the causes of significant IT issues that affect campus. In this news update, we draw your attention to some of the problems being investigated or issues handled recently. Wireless Devices Broadcasting:  A sharp increase in wireless devices emitting signals in the residence halls is causing […]