• Techselect

    TechSelect is Hamline’s technology acquisition and asset management system. The goal of TechSelect is to get the Right Technology into the Right Hands in the Right Way.


    • is based on three main ideas: expanded choices, a leasing model and a decentralized budget;

    • offers a menu of technology options for lease;

    • provides equipment that is leased with a monthly fee;

    • relies on a decentralized budget and a flexible operating spending model, allowing departments to make their own decisions about the technology they use;

    • allows everyone to rely on the same process for technology acquisitions.

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  • Tech News

    In 2015, Hamline created a steering committee to select an enterprise content management (ECM) system. After identifying several potential vendors with the help of many university departments, the steering committee is excited to announce that DocFinity was selected as the vendor.

    Hamline CIO Mark Kondrak was one of three CIOs invited to contribute to a panel discussion at the Gartner Symposium/ITxpo 2016, a preeminent gathering of more than 10,000 CIOs and Senior IT Executives from across the globe.

    Internet Explorer (IE) versions 10 and lower will no longer be supported by Microsoft beginning January 12, 2016. ITS will deploy Internet Explorer version 11 on Wednesday, January 20.

    WebTop and FileAccess applications were decommissioned (taken out of service) on Sunday, January 3. Going forward, you may use Virtual Desktop (VDI) to connect remotely to Hamline's network.

    On Monday, November 9, 2015, Computerworld announced that Hamline University CIO Mark Kondrak was named a 2016 Premier 100 Technology Leaders honoree.