• Techselect

    TechSelect is a new end user technology acquisition and lifecycle management system at Hamline. Getting the Right Technology Into the Right Hands in the Right Way.

    • TechSelect is based on three main ideas: expanded choices, a leasing model and a decentralized budget.   
    • TechSelect offers a menu of technology options as well as a consultation process with ITS whereby the right technology is selected and acquired by and for a department or individual.  
    • TechSelect provides equipment that is leased by a monthly fee
    • TechSelect relies on a decentralized budget and a flexible operating spending model where departments make decisions about the technology they use.  
    • Everyone will be able to rely on the same efficient process for all acquisitions

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  • Tech News

    The Hamline community should be aware that a change will be made in the way network drives are mapped for Mac computers on Monday, August 10.

    A Hamline user Google account was recently compromised, and Information Technology Services has taken appropriate steps to address the situation. We are taking this opportunity to share a reminder that you can take proactive steps to protect our systems and information by following these recommendations.

    The Center for Teaching and Learning, Hamline Information Technology Services, and Bush Library are offering two technology-related workshops for faculty in August.

    Mark Kondrak, Hamline's chief information officer, has announced that Information Technology Services (ITS) has been reorganized to ensure and improve strategic alignment of the department with the continuously-evolving needs of the University.