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June 22, 2006

University wins IT awards

Pitt was honored as a laureate in the 2006 Computerworld honors program, earning five awards in three categories, more than any other organization in the current competition.

The awards recognize the best practices in IT.

Members of Computing Services and Systems Development (CSSD), Pitt’s central IT unit, accepted the awards.

Pitt was recognized in the business and related services, nominated by Microsoft for “Business Intelligence Systems Implementation Through Digital Dashboards.”

The University was recognized with two awards in the education and academia category, nominated by Microsoft for “Implementation of a Robust Enterprise E-mail System Using Microsoft Exchange” and nominated by Novell Inc. for “Secure Remote Access to Restricted Network Resources.”

Pitt was recognized in the media, arts and entertainment category, nominated by Microsoft for “Enterprise Network-Based Video Delivery,” and in the medicine category, nominated by Cisco for “Supporting Health Sciences Faculty Access to Clinical and Academic Networks in the Post-HIPAA Environment.”

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