|Planning and Managing IT Investments
||This new track will include topics focusing on project/program management including but not limited to project selection and prioritization, building project portfolios, developing PMOs and other general IT project management topics.
|Diversifying IT Culture
||Expanding on the successful Women in IT Track from 2018, the Diversifying IT Culture Track will offer opportunities to come together, expand connections, collaborate on innovative solutions, update skills, and learn how diversity supports success. UC has the opportunity to be a leader in creating inclusive IT environments.
|Securing Information, Assets, and Systems
||How is your IT organization encouraging the campus to be more secure? This track will include sessions focusing on Security, System Administration, Network Security, Security from the AppDev perspective and physical security.
|Enabling Teaching and Learning
||The UC's have the mission of serving as a societal center of higher learning. This track will include topics related to achieving that mission by finding new and innovative ways to transmit knowledge, discover new knowledge and organize data.
|Innovating IT Solutions
||Sessions focused on new approaches for the problems that face IT infrastructures on our campuses. Including, but not limited to solutions that fall into App Dev, Cloud, SaaS, Telephony, and End User Support.
|Promoting Growth and Retention in IT
||Retention remains an essential topic for our IT organizations. How are you promoting your IT staff through Professional Development and finding creative ways to solve Human Resource and Administration problems that face our campuses?
|Supporting Research and Researchers
||Research and researchers push our IT organizations to find new ways to solve problems. How are you supporting these groups and their work on your campus?
|Developing and Sustaining Health Technology
||Innovations in Health Care Information Technology that have improved the lives of patients and doctors and the ability of medical facilities to improve their services. In what ways is UC Health leveraging the lessons learned on individual campuses to support and expand services across all of the UC Health organizations?