We’re always excited to welcome new staff members to CIT
and UB. As new people join us, we strengthen our team and the
Three new Application Developers have joined Enterprise
Application Services since January. Away from UB, Smita Thakur
enjoys dancing, cooking, and playing tennis. Jake Mabee loves
cooking, American history, hockey, and music and stays busy
backpacking. Brendan Reen is a fan of pub trivia and also likes
exploring nature, as well as writing, playing, and listening to
music. Karen Xia Gong also recently joined Enterprise Application
Services as a Developer. She loves to travel and is an avid reader,
staying active playing badminton and doing yoga.
Enterprise Infrastructure Services is pleased to welcome Rob Schulz as Client Technologies Technician. Away from UB, Rob enjoys photography and music, and also loves playing the piano.
IT Policy & Communications’ latest addition is Diana Tuorto as IT Communications Specialist. Diana is responsible for CIT marketing efforts, including social media and the UBIT News. An active animal rescue volunteer and horse owner, Diana has published several children’s novels about horses.
"CIT staff members bring top-notch expertise to UB," said Mark Deuell, Director of Network and Classroom Services. "We pride ourselves in balancing innovation with dependability."
VITEC Solutions services both personal and department-owned computers and iProduct devices; visit their drop-off depot in the Lockwood 2nd Floor Cybrary or call 800-333-1075. You can also request office pick-up for UB-owned equipment. Track your repair status.
UB’s top-level website, Buffalo.edu, was recently given the gold award in the 2012 Circle of Excellence competition sponsored by the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education. CIT was a key partner in the development of the underlying CMS system.
Computing and Information Technology at UB is more than 40 years
old. Here’s a look back at the Interface
newsletter from June 1970. (Please note: this PDF file includes
perturbations natural to the duplication process at the