Registration is now open for The University of New Mexico’s “Tech Days” on Thursday-Friday, June 7 and 8 in SUB Ballroom A. Hosted by UNM’s Office of the Chief Information Officer, the event offers faculty, staff and students an exclusive opportunity to learn about new technologies on campus. The event is free to UNM attendees.

Tech Days features technology sessions, discussions and hands-on demos of current and future technological innovations at UNM. The event also helps align the entire technology ecosystem to a common vision and provides community stewardship with various partners associated with the University.

One of the featured presentations is the keynote address presented by CIO Duane Arruti titled “Information Technologies Effectiveness and Efficiency…A Glance at the Past and a Vision for the Future.” Arruti will discuss details from 2016 when UNM IT was charged with improving the transparency, effectiveness and efficiency of IT service delivery at UNM. Arruti will share how the IT campus community has come together to take on this daunting task, and learn what the future holds for the UNM IT services of tomorrow.

For a complete list of presenters and topics, visit program schedule.

This event also provides cost effective training to the University community and bringing the UNM community together to share knowledge and experience with technologies UNM uses and is considering. It provides opportunity for informal networking and builds trust across the community, along with opportunity for UNM community to hear from vendors about current and future technology portfolio.

For more information and to register, visit Tech Days.