Strategic Goals 2023-2027
OneIT will focus on these strategic goals:
Provide a robust, flexible, secure infrastructure that meets current and evolving needs.
A1: Continue to Invest in wireless infrastructure
A2: Develop strategies to effectively manage, support, and secure university-owned devices both on and off-campus
A3: Continue to invest in state-of-the-art cybersecurity systems for detection and monitoring.
A4: Develop sustainable funding model for physical and virtual environments
Provide an innovative, accessible, and agile teaching and learning environment to enable student success.
B1: Develop internship opportunities within the Office of OneIT
B2: Reduce institutional reliance on aging desktops and laptops
B3: Develop a cohesive computer lab strategy that accounts for the student laptop requirement, virtualization, and curricular specialization
Provide a flexible, secure research environment designed for growth.
C1: Identify grant opportunities that will allow us to enhance and grow our high-performance computing infrastructure
C2: Develop sustainable funding model for the High Performance Computing cluster
C3: Develop guidelines for research data governance
C4: Standardize process for identifying technical needs early in the grant process
Develop an institutional data governance framework that optimizes usability and reporting.
D1: Define data guidelines
D2: Identify data repositories, create data marts, and reduce silos
D3: Empower community users to use and report on University data
D4: Provide leading-edge reporting tools that make access and analysis simpler
Partner with colleges and units to reduce redundant systems that create data silos, improve business processes, and make good decisions for the University.
E1: Promote use of SalesForce; reduce reliance on other CRMs
E2: Reduce paper workflows by leveraging enterprise workflow systems
E3: Optimize mobile experience for systems
E4: Mature IT governance decision-making, forecasting, and communication capabilities
Foster equity, engagement, inclusion, and pride in the University.
F1: Empower our team to grow their skills
F2: Assure the growth and development of a diverse team
F3: Identify methods for re-skilling IT staff to meet emerging needs