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Gabriela Ahmadi-Assalemi, Simon Clarke, and Will Russell will discuss recognising the meaning, components, and benefits of effective collaboration at work.

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Tue 27 Jul 2021 11:00 [Places]
Tue 7 Sep 2021 11:00 [Places]

A more advanced look at options and use of the Azure cloud, including discounts via a framework agreement.

Presenters from Microsoft and Phoenix Software, Cambridge's key Microsoft partner, will explore options for using the Azure cloud for office, teaching and research purposes, with particular reference to:

  • Azure AD - key features, options for using it
  • Consultancy services to assist with transitioning from traditional on-premise infrastructure to the cloud
  • Ongoing support services to ensure that institutions get the best out of their investment in Azure moving forwards
  • Facilitating access to a range of free of charge Microsoft/Phoenix training workshops, learning platforms, etc.
  • Providing information on access to grants/funding from Geant and Microsoft
  • 15% discount on Azure PAYG metered prices, via Phoenix Software and OCRE framework (Jisc notice)

Along with this overview, there will be an opportunity for Q&A, and options for individual follow-ups for anyone wishing to explore the possibilities further.

  • 14:15: Web Accessibility

Web accessibility has become essential for better and more inclusive interaction, helping address barriers to effective communication.

  • 15:00: TLS Certificate Service

UIS' TLS Certificate Service is changing, to offer a more comprehensive range at no cost, a faster self-service model, in many cases automatic renewal.

In collaboration with stakeholders around UIS, the Service Management Office has produced a new IT Incident Management process. This event is an introduction to the new process with time for questions and feedback.

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Tue 29 Jun 2021 15:00 [Places]
Wed 30 Jun 2021 15:00 [Places]

For the first time in UIS, we are offering our new starters the opportunity to be involved in a virtual speed mentoring event. This energetic learning and networking activity will provide the opportunity to speak to some of UIS’ senior leaders and managers from different disciplines.

UIS mentors involved in the event:

  • Ian Leslie - Director
  • Kate Livingstone - Head of User Research
  • Ron Chambers - Head of Business Systems Assurance
  • Simon Clarke - Head of Digital Workplace Programme
  • Gabriela Ahmadi-Assalemi - Deputy Chief Information Security
  • Abraham Martin - Head of Development and Operations