Milwaukee, Wis. -
When it comes to finding information technology workers, Bruce Maas feels the pain of his private-sector counterparts, but his very public employer has found a way to address the problem - embracing diversity.
Maas, interim CIO at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
, agrees with those who believe that if the nation is going to a......Full article >>>
recently hosted the annual STS Conference, where representatives of 10 other colleges learned how the Milwaukee campus set up its program. Maas said the university is willing to help private-sector employers do the same, and noted that this generation of college students, whom he called "millennial students," is a perfect place to start.
"This is the first generation with a tremendous co......Full article >>>
nager, Maas has things that keep him up at night. With 6,500 devices that plug into the campus network, security (and related user education) is a constant worry, but at times there are side dishes added to his plate.
For example, the ongoing BadgerNet II implementation involves the transfer of Internet service from WiscNet, which has served all levels of education in the state for more ......Full article >>>
the state Department of Administration that will allow campuses to fall back to old circuits should problems develop.
Maas began as Interim CIO in May 2004, anticipating he would serve in that role until a national search began for a permanent successor. That search will begin in September and Maas, who has served in a number of technology and non-technology ......Full article >>>
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