This message was sent to U-M IT groups on Tuesday, 3/21/23. It is intended for U-M IT staff who are responsible for university web servers that use the Progress Telerik User Interface for the .NET framework that runs on Windows.
The ‘IT and Data’ brown line guides researchers through IT security processes via the Research Project Route Map.
As HITS prepares for a CoreImage system update, we remind users to save all data to the cloud or other secure storage.
Duo, U-M’s two-factor authentication service, has become the latest technology targeted by hackers. Earlier this month, leaders in Michigan Medicine’s Information Assurance (MM:IA) team rang the alarm bell.
Sunday, March 12 marks the beginning of Eastern Daylight-Saving Time (DST) which will result in skipping the hour from 2 a.m. to 3 a.m. Once the time change occurs, this means the MiChart downtime for the upgrade will begin at 3 a.m.
For details on the impacts to MiChart, review the Spring 2023 - Daylight Saving Time (DST) document.
New monthly Cornerstone Learning report will enable Michigan Medicine leaders to track their teams' training completions
Starting March 1, a new Cornerstone Learning report (“Manager Digest”) will be emailed to all Michigan Medicine leaders automatically each month – whenever any of their direct reports has assigned training modules that are overdue.
Between now and fall 2023, Health Information Technology & Services (HITS) will replace approximately 8,750 telephones across 50 different Michigan Medicine locations.
LDAP channel binding and LDAP signing provide ways to increase the security for communications between LDAP clients and Active Directory domain controllers.
A zero-day exploit that was originally communicated through an IA Alert on December 10, 2021 is affecting the Apache Log4j utility that could result in remote code execution. This remains an active threat.
Three zero-day vulnerabilities in Windows systems could allow attackers to achieve remote code execution or SYSTEM privileges on targeted systems. Windows systems should be patched as soon as possible after needed testing.
This message is intended for U-M IT staff who are responsible for updating university systems. OpenSSL discovered eight security flaws, seven of which are memory-related. A timing bug and seven memory vulnerabilities were discovered.
Action required before January 25: Applications using Michigan Medicine SSO (SAML) Identity Provider Service
The Production IdP Signing certificate for the Michigan Medicine Web SSO (SAML) / Access Manager / Web login authentication service will be replaced on January 25 between 5:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. and the SAML metadata will be refreshed with the new signing cert info.
Vulnerabilities were discovered in Git version 2.39 and older that could allow attackers to execute remote code. Users should upgrade to Git version 2.39.1 immediately.
Health Information Technology & Services (HITS) is pleased to announce new features and capabilities within Michigan Medicine’s Microsoft 365 (M365) environment designed to make your work experience even better and more productive!
Thank you to everyone for their patience and understanding over the last five weeks. The Document Management Services Team also want you to know that they hear you loud and clear and are doing absolutely everything they can to help resolve the issues the organization is experiencing with the fax server/AccuRoute WebApps.
As of December 7, the internal paging website was upgraded to offer improved access and usability.
For complete information, see the Paging Website upgrade article (Requires login to view content)
Back by popular demand! The HITS Academic Engagement team is holding in-person/hybrid office hours next week to talk through your IT needs. Join us on the medical campus December 6 & 8 and at NCRC December 7.
Action required for Identity Access Management Oracle database (IDTP) migration from Gold to Platinum Infrastructure by December 10
This message is intended for HITS staff whose applications/processes that use Identity Management Oracle database (IDTP).
Early on November 19, 2022, a Cornerstone Learning assignment for the NURSING - Moderate Sedation and EtCO2 Monitoring - Biennial Recurrence (NURS-C70011) curriculum was accidentally sent to ALL Michigan Medicine users.
SUMMARY: U-M community members have reported receiving unexpected confirmation emails from email newsletters and listservs for which they did not subscribe.
Since MLearning was replaced by Cornerstone Learning on Nov. 7, the new system has welcomed more than 7,000 unique visitors, and users have already successfully completed more than 13,000 online courses.
MLearning has been permanently retired to make way for Cornerstone Learning – a more modern, cloud-based platform designed with the needs of Michigan Medicine users in mind.
MLearning has been retired. Its replacement – Cornerstone Learning – is scheduled to go live at approximately 7 a.m. on Monday, November 7.
This message is intended for U-M IT staff who are responsible for university systems running OpenSSL 3.0 or later.
So long, MLearning. Hello, Cornerstone Learning! Plan now for blackout period (Nov. 3-7), learn where to find resources + support
MLearning will retire for good on Thursday, November 3. Cornerstone learning will go live on Monday, November 7.