Breakfast Bytes are short technology presentations covering the technology you have in your office, on your computer, or in your classroom. You can enjoy a cup of coffee, donut or muffin, and a breakfast byte of technology. This is an easy, no cost way to increase your understanding of technology.
- Open to the entire Creighton community
- Please note the different times and locations of the sessions.
Upcoming Sessions - Spring 2020 - Save the Dates!
- February 20 - Topic: Albatross Migration Update - Location: Harper 3028 - 12:00 p.m. - 12:45 p.m.
Lydia Levine, IT Project Manager, will be discussing the Albatross Migration and where we stand to date. Topics of discussion will include:
- Quick overview of project scope
- EOY stats
- Process Flow for remaining data
- User Guidance Tools
- Question & Answer
- March 19 - Topic: Duo & Donuts - Location: Harper 3023 - 12:00 p.m. - 12:45 p.m
Have a donut and learn more about Creighton’s implementation of Duo Two-Factor Authentication. Bryan McLaughlin, Director of the Information Security Office will explain how Duo will help secure your identity and safeguard University data.
- April 16 - Topic: RadLab - Location: RadLab - Reinert Library - Lower Level - 12:00 p.m. - 12:45 p.m.
Join us when we take Breakfast Bytes at Lunch on the road to Creighton’s RadLab. Learn more about this innovation space.
Creighton University’s Radlab (Research and Development Lab) began development in 2014 to serve as an “innovation engine” for the University. The premise was that under the guidance of a small group of staff members, student interns could be involved in the research required for and development of a variety of projects. The skills learned in the Radlab add to the student intern portfolios and assist in gaining employment in creative positions. Located on the lower level of the Reinert-Alumni Memorial Library, the Radlab collaborates with members of the Creighton community as well as sponsors and partners to address innovation challenges.