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OIT web hosting service: town hall forum
The University of Minnesota Office of Information Technology (OIT) is currently in the process of redesigning web hosting services. These common good services, which enable University units to post their own content online, provide the University with web content that is vital to its mission of teaching, outreach and research.
Web hosting services provided by OIT have grown organically over time, resulting in a fragmented support and delivery structure. We are currently working on a comprehensive roadmap for our web hosting services, and better defining our partnerships with our customers and units. The goal for this project is to reduce redundant web hosting services and provide a common enterprise platform with a larger feature set.
The project team is providing an opportunity for the University community to explore the redesign process at a town hall forum. The purpose of this forum is to inform the public about the overall project and explain the upcoming RFP vendor process. This forum is also for the general audience to voice questions and for us to gather user feedback.
Please join us on Friday, January 13 in the Science Teaching & Student Services building, room 131A from 10:00 - 11:00 a.m. This session will also be accessible online via UMConnect at umconnect.umn.edu/wh and the recording will be made available after the event. No R.S.V.P. is necessary.
Web Hosting Project Team