OIT Person Office develops new self service reports for SCAD/DCS
The OIT Person Office has developed three new self service reports to assist SCAD/DCS in managing service and DCU accounts.
The reports include:
Service accounts sponsored in your dept. report lists information regarding all of the service or resource accounts that are sponsored by a person in your department. The report is sorted in sponsor order. The left hand portion of the report is information pertaining to the account while the right hand side is about the sponsor. The action here is to determine if there are service accounts that are no longer being used or that should be sponsored by someone else.
People sponsored in your dept. report lists all of miscellaneous affiliation accounts, like DCU’s that are sponsored by someone in your department. The account information is on the left and the sponsor information is on the right. The accounts are sorted in end date order. The action here is to determine if any account that is near expiration needs to be extended or if there is an active account for someone that is no longer working in the department.
Service accounts sponsored by terminated or retired employees in your dept. report lists any account that is sponsored by a former (retired or terminated) staff member in your department. The action here is to find a new sponsor or close the account.
The reports can be found on the OIT Administrative Information Systems Self Service page.
Jay Dominick, VP and CIO delivers Keynote Address at SIGUCCS Conference
But It's Different Here!
Dr. Dominick gave his perspective on the art and the science of delivering IT support across a range of different Higher Ed organizations. From Big Public to the Ivy League, successful IT service organizations share many of the same characteristics, but are all different in important ways. This talk drew upon Dr. Dominick's 20 years of experience leading very different types of IT organizations.
BIOGRAPHY: Jay Dominick is Vice President for Information Technology and CIO at Princeton University. He is responsible for information technology infrastructure, administrative computing, academic and research computing and he oversees IT planning for the University. Prior to joining Princeton in 2012, he was CIO at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. His career in Higher Ed IT began at Wake Forest University where he started as the Network Manager in 1992, becoming the University's first CIO in 1996. He has particular interests in regional high speed networking, mobile computing and electronic textbook systems. Dr Dominick holds a Ph.D. in Information Science and a BS in Mathematical Sciences from UNC Chapel Hill, an MBA from Wake Forest University and an MA from Georgetown University.