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Thursday Five for Nov. 10, 2022

Following is a list of things BruinTechs should know and share with others:

1. Data Center Tour

Thank you to everyone who signed up for the Data Center Tour on November 15. Your response exceeded our expectations. The attendance capacity was reached within hours of the event announcement, so the RSVP has closed. We are working with Data Center Facilities to schedule quarterly Data Center Tours next year.  

Those who submitted an RSVP for the November 15 tour will receive confirmation calendar invitations or waitlist emails today from Sylvia Condro, VP for Community Events.  
We look forward to bringing you more community events soon.

2. Educause 2023 Top 10 IT issues

Recent times have brought about a Great Rethink that is upending previous models of management and working. Higher education is no exception. In 2023, institutional and technology leaders are ready for a new approach.
The EDUCAUSE 2023 Top 10 IT Issues describe the foundation models that colleges and universities will develop next year and beyond, acting on what was learned in the pandemic and framed by the three building blocks of leadership, data, and work and learning.

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3. BruinTech Forward: Leveling Up Your Zoom with OBS Studio

Have you ever seen someone zooming or live streaming with a great border or graphic overlay and wondered how they did it? Learn how to do it yourself in this workshop!

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4. Introducing Veteran Matthew Linzer

November 11 is Veteran’s Day. Let’s get to know our fellow veteran Matthew Linzer,  Information Security Manager at UCOP.

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5. Register now for UC GIS Week conference from Nov. 15th - 17th!

The University of California GIS Week is an opportunity for you to learn and engage with experts and mapping projects across the UC system and beyond! Learn about impactful research and applications, engage with panelists, and view the entries in our poster gallery. The event will be hosted virtually through Zoom. All talks are free and open to the public!

Register here