2011-12 Annual Report: Office of Information Technology

Header graphic for OIT Annual Report Rich Mendola

"Our initiatives for FY12 were compelling, not simply for what they represent in terms of deliverables, but for what they portend for our future."

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Emory Healthcare Information Services

Dee Cantrell

Increased Expectations

The Emory Healthcare Information Services team is proud to support the delivery of high-quality patient care through technical excellence and innovation.

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Information Technology Architecture

Steve Wheat

Frameworks and Foundation

OIT Architecture made significant advancements in defining web, mobile and eCommerce application frameworks for research, academic and administrative applications.

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IT Finance & Administration John Connerat

Administrative Partnership

IT Finance & Administration showed constant diligence in the areas of financial planning, human resources, and management of the physical office and administrative space.

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Information Security Brad Sanford

Improved Security Posture

FY2012 was a year of steady incremental progress on many different fronts, including several noteworthy accomplishments, and a few major challenges.

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Research & Health Sciences IT

Marc Overcash

Design and Development

The Research & Woodruff Health Sciences IT (R-WIT) division continued to advance the core research and health science platforms in support of faculty in their research and education.

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University Technology Services Brett Coryell

Next Generation Implementation

In continuance of our efforts to keep abreast of burgeoning IT trends, University Technology Services implemented a host of initiatives across the enterprise that positively impacted Emory.

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