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That’s a wrap! Connectivity 2021 comes to a close

Connectivity 2021: McMaster’s IT Forum has concluded a week-long program of celebrating successes, sharing experiences and learning with McMaster IT professionals from across campus. Held virtually for the first time ever, the IT Forum was opened by keynote speaker, Brian Keating. The week also included speed-learning sessions covering various IT projects, a networking session (with […]

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McMaster IT Executive endorses five projects – January 2021

On January 21st, 2021, the IT Executive committee met to review and discuss proposed IT initiatives which had already been endorsed through our IT Governance standing committees. The following projects have now now been endorsed through the IT Governance framework. Please note: all documents are stored in MS Teams and you may be required to […]

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McMaster Women in Tech: the nominees

One year ago, the Office of the AVP & CTO in partnership with the Equity and Inclusion Office launched the ‘McMaster Women in Tech’ — an initiative to raise the platform of women tech changemakers within and connected to McMaster. “We’ve brought lots of women into this initiative to celebrate their amazing accomplishments as Changemakers. […]

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McMaster Women in Tech: Hanna Haponenko

Hanna Haponenko is the January 2021 Changemaker in the McMaster Women in Tech series. Developed by the Office of the AVP & CTO, ‘McMaster Women in Tech’ is a project that highlights and recognizes women tech changemakers within the McMaster community. Check out how our latest Changemaker is leveraging facial gesture recognition to develop assistive […]

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Connectivity 2021: McMaster IT Forum

Join us for Connectivity 2021: the 4th Annual McMaster IT Forum! This year’s virtual forum is hosted by the Office of the AVP and CTO and celebrates the many contributions of the IT community at McMaster. From February 16th to 19th, Connectivity 2021 brings campus IT professionals, tech practitioners and business partners together as One […]

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IT Governance Committees move to Microsoft Teams

Starting with the January 2021 meetings, IT Governance has made the move from Confluence and MacDrive to Microsoft Teams, allowing for easier access to current and previous meeting materials. This move continues the commitment to collaboration (providing input and feedback on documents), transparency (allowing access to decisions and discussions), inclusivity (sharing documents through Teams with […]

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