U-M IT Strategic Initiatives
The following list contains the most important initiatives needed to achieve the strategic goals. These initiatives are not strictly ordered, but those at the top are generally higher priority than those at the bottom.
Condense the current network infrastructures into two unified infrastructures for all U-M campuses and the immediate area.
Create a unified, proactive strategy to address the most serious threats to the university for information assurance, and security, privacy, and compliance.
Investigate using computing and big data analytics as a driver for economic development throughout the state of Michigan.
Provide a unified U-M research computing and data environment to enable collaboration and innovation.
Provide a common data access service that the entire university can use for learning, research, and medical analytics.
Continue to be a leader in learning analytics and content management, both at U-M and through the Unizin consortium.
Aggressively streamline the administrative systems in order to reduce administration and compliance burden on users.
If you have questions or comments, or are interested in having a representative from the Office of the CIO facilitate a discussion about the plan with your team, contact the IT Strategic Planning Team at IT.Strategic.Planning@umich.edu.
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