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Cyber Security Day – January 18,2019

ABLE Summit – Digital Accessibility in Higher Education – April 11 & 12, 2019


        TechTun​es brings to you what’s new in IT within and beyond AUB doo​rs..​


          Today's Bundle:
          • What's New by IT @ AUB?


            IT for a Greener Tomorrow

            Oracle EBS Approvals Now on Mobile

            Sanctions Screening Solution

            HPC Revitalized

            Moodle New Experience!

            The IT Team ITILISED

          • What's Up Out There? 



               AI in Healthcare 

               Apple Accessibility

               Mind Rockets Avatars

               Google Translate Works Like Magic


          • What About Security? 
          nspector ZAK Appears LIBFLIX!
          • ​Events 

               Lebanon Internet Governance Forum (LIGF)

               Cyber Security Day

          • Keep In Mind! 

            20 Cool Mac Keyboard Shortcuts

            10 Tech Life Hacks

        •  November 28 - 29, 2018 Towards an Inclusive Digital Tomorrow

        • June 2018 - Launch of the High Performance Computing (HPC) Service. The Office of Information Technology, in collaboration with key researchers from different faculties at AUB, launched the High Performance Computing service. Through this service, faculty and research groups across a variety of disciplines can take advantage of advanced computational resources on premises, and on the private and public cloud.
        • May 2018 - Signing ceremony of the Technology Cooperation Agreement for Research and Education (TechCARE). AUB signed a Technology Cooperation Agreement (TechCARE) with USJ, LAU, USEK and BAU – by this, establishing the first Lebanese NREN
        • March 2018 - AUB's Digital Transformation with the student at heart: AUB features in the Middle East edition of Business Chief: AUB is currently undergoing a huge digital transformation with the student at heart.
          Through a five-year digital transformation plan, AUB is redefining its entire IT infrastructure with the ultimate goal of enriching the lives of its students.
          AUB can call upon the leadership and guidance of Dr Yousif Asfour as CIO.
          Over the course of an extensive career, Asfour’s professional life has taken him from electrical engineering and developing hardware and software for large scale technology companies, right through to the role of CTO and CIO.
          It’s fair to say that Asfour has lived and breathed technology and this has provided him with a key understanding of how technology can support and drive wider strategic thinking.
          “In many ways, I grew into IT from the bottom. In moving from hardware design to software development to business consulting, I think it gave me two things,” he says. “First, a deep appreciation for how technology is designed and built. It also helped me understand how technology can be used to improve business. So, one of my strengths, I feel, is being able to translate between the two worlds of technology and business.”
          Read the full feature at
        •  November 21, 2017 - A group from CERN (Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire), the European Organization for Nuclear Research, will be visiting AUB on Tuesday November 21, 2017 to investigate the possibility of research collaboration with FAS and SFEA. CERN’s main area of research is particle physics, they have also contributed to many other research areas in the fields of Internet technology, grid computing, and engineering. In addition, there will be discussions of CERN’s projects in Education and Outreach as well as Innovation and Knowledge Exchange.
        • May 17,2017 - AUB Tuition Calculator The AUB Tuition Calculator is designed to help prospective students better plan for their educational costs. The Calculator takes into consideration the tuition rates that vary between different Faculties/Schools and student level. Additional living expenses during the study period are also incorporated.                                                
        • February 6, 2017 - AUB IT is pleased to announce the publishing of its Service Catalog. This provides the community
           with a comprehensive new way to
           access information about the services
           IT provides to students, faculty, staff,
           and the community at large.
          The catalog answers a frequently asked question - “What services do you offer
          as IT?”. That’s of course the tip of the iceberg: like a restaurant menu, it lists
          what could be served but doesn’t
          explain how the kitchen makes it
          IT provides a broad array of services
          and products used University-wide.
          The Service Catalog has been designed
           to define and categorize our service offerings to enh​ance your understanding
           of what IT can provide. Our purpose is
           to clearly and consistently describe the services and make it easy to identify
          which IT services will better support
          you in reaching your goal.
          This first big step will be followed by
           the implementation of a full-fledged
           self-service portal where you would be
           able to submit requests specific to each
           of these services
        • January 25, 2017 - Photo Upload Service: IT Department, in close collaboration with the Auxiliary and
          the Admissions offices, has launched a
           new service where new students will be able to upload their photos rather than queueing in front of the ID center to take their photos. The uploaded photos will be automatically scanned to check for
          required standards before it is approved
           to be uploaded
        • January 19, 2017 - EUMEDCONNECT3 project extension and Lebanon
          capacity upgrade
        • ​​For more​​​​ click here.​.



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