The CIT Services Seminar Series are quarterly meetings focused on showcasing CIT’s diverse technology service offerings currently available to the NIH community. These seminars are intended for current and potential CIT customers and can also provide an opportunity to introduce new services. This forum offers an opportunity for CIT to address questions related to service offerings.
Integration Services Center (ISC) - June 8th 2011
How Service Oriented Architecture can help solve YOUR problems.
The Integration Services Center (ISC) provides the NIH Community with trusted integration strategies, reliable resources, and cutting-edge technology. It serves as a centralized resource that maintains multi-layered NIH proprietary technologies adhering to NIH policies. The ISC is able to assist you with current Enterprise Architecture (EA) tools, ensuring seamless transition during application integration, as well as being key in the implementation of the Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) based applications being adopted by the Federal government as industry standard.
Archived VideoCast link: http://videocast.nih.gov/summary.asp?Live=10258
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Telework Technologies – March 15th, 2011
Telework has become a challenge at NIH due to the Telework Enhancement Act of 2010 which encourages telework throughout government. Telework is a useful model—it can help you attract and retain the best qualified employees, provide your staff with uninterrupted blocks of time to work on key projects, and give your organization a way of functioning more effectively during crisis situations and other business interruptions. Having the right tools can make a telework program extremely successful and easy to manage.