The Spring issue of the Unite newsletter highlights the launch of the Unite Service Desk, providing around-the-clock for key UN systems, including Umoja.
System Outages & Issues
The Office of Information and Communications Technology (OICT), in collaboration with the regional technology centres, has launched the global Unite Service Desk. This is a global ICT help desk service comprised of five enterprise service desks (Bangkok, Brindisi, Geneva, Nairobi and New York), functioning as a single source of support.
The February issue of the Unite Newsletter highlights the global townhall, open house and team building.
The December issue of the Unite Newsletter features a message from the CITO, social collaboration and self-service.
The growing field of data analytics, from simple information gathering to highly sophisticated sensor technology, promises to deliver solutions that will facilitate the work of the United Nations. Coupled with the increasing availability of free and open source software and Open Data, we are presented with a wonderful opportunity to proactively engage with external partners.
The November issue of the Unite Newsletter features information security, social collaboration and change management.
The Unite newsletter has gone digital and will be released monthly. We hope you enjoy the new format. In this issue learn about Unite Ideas, Unite Docs, GitLab and collaboration, and much more.
The first issue of OICT’s quarterly newsletter, Unite, has been released. The global ICT community now has a platform to share stories and news about exciting projects and events with colleagues across the Secretariat.
The United Nations Office of Information Communications Technology is looking for interns!! Are you a university student? Interested in marketing, innovation & technology?