Meet our new CIO
Uduak Ndoh has been named UNC School of Medicine’s Associate Dean for Information Technology and Chief Information Officer. He comes to UNC from Duke, where he worked as the director of Information Technology at the Duke Clinical Research Institute.
Ndoh brings more than 17 years of experience in the field of information technology with a diverse background in both corporate and academic settings. Specifically, he has extensive experience in research applications, enterprise computing and business systems. He uses that expertise to find new and innovative ways to help UNC School of Medicine faculty members improve their research and clinical operations. Read more >>
Securing the School of Medicine Network
The School of Medicine is committed to providing users with a secure computing environment. We take multi-tiered approach to protecting the network and use several tools: Laptop Encryption, Microsoft System Center Endpoint Protection (SCEP) and Network Access Controls (NAC). We also recently implemented a hardware firewall for the School of Medicine.
Managing Technology More Effectively and Efficiently
OIS is continuously working to improve the management of the devices and applications across the School of Medicine. Two major ongoing initiatives that allow us to achieve this are:
OIS collaborates with groups and departments across the University and Healthcare System on a variety of initiatives that impact School of Medicine faculty, staff and students. Currently these are: