OIT has been working with the School of Medicine (SOM) and the CU Boulder Research Computing team (CURC) to create a shared HPC resource for researchers on the CU Anschutz campus. Interested in more information about high performance computing with Alpine? The team can attend your department meeting to discuss more about the system’s capabilities and processes to get started. A Microsoft Teams community site has been created for active HPC users to share best practices, resources, and peer-to-peer support. More information about the new Alpine HPC is available on the OIT HPC webpage at cuanschutz.edu/hpc or email questions to the HPC team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Starting in June of 2023, changes are coming to the current CU Anschutz Medical Campus agreement with Adobe. All current users must download your files from Adobe Creative Cloud storage and save them to a secure university file location prior to June 1, 2023. Your files will be permanently be lost if you don’t take this important step.
The Office of Information Technology (OIT) is focused on the university’s strategic initiatives and technology infrastructure priorities and will be regularly sharing out project updates beginning this month with the Conference Room and Classroom Modernization initiative.
Over the last year, the Office of Information Technology (OIT) has embarked on a Website Redesign Initiative to create an enhanced user experience for the university community and an improved connection to OIT services and teams. Based on feedback and data collected from user testing and conversations with campus leadership, students, faculty and staff, we are excited to announce that we have successfully launched the new CU Anschutz OIT website.