TechTalk Newsletter

IT Services Staff Impacts Local Toastmasters Chapter
festus-ojo-speaking-2.JPGOxford Toastmasters Club has been around for five years, and the local chapter is heavily influenced by Miami staff, in particular, a group from IT Services.
Read&Write Offers More Than Just Text to Speech
read-write-logo-thumb.jpgRead&Write is a literacy software that provides an easy-to-use toolbar that makes documents, files and web pages more accessible. This program is available for free to all Miami students, faculty, and staff.
MInE Decommissioning: General Announcement #2
keyboard-workers-thumb.jpgFriendly reminder: MInE (Miami Information Environment) will be retired this May.
Forging relationships with the University: Brad Grimm takes the reins
brad-thumb.jpgCommunication and partnership are two of Brad Grimm's goals for the FBS/IT Services relationship.
Breaking down barriers: Agile and Scrum at Miami University
agile-thumb.jpgAgile/Scrum methodologies were devised by software creators as a response to the need for a more iterative, flexible development process.
Save the Date: ShredFest 2018
shredded-paper-thumb.pngShredFest dates are set for May and it is your opportunity to bring confidential office and personal documents for secure, on-site shredding.
Accessibility at a whole new level
accessmu-sign-horizontal-thumb.pngCreated to support faculty, staff, and students in creating accessible content and in understanding how appropriate accommodations can make Miami more welcoming, the AccessMU Center has a new home.
It's a wonderful life: An Angel joins the team
chuck-angie-thumb.jpgWelcome to Chuck Angel, our new IT Service Delivery Analyst II!
Banner 9 project continues on course to success
banner-logo-thumb.pngThe Banner 9 implementation project is continuing on schedule and under budget. There have been a few manageable hiccups along the way, but the project remains on track.