IT Centralization Brown Bag Lunch Series will continue April 21

Information technology professionals from across campus, as well as all other interested members of the university community, are invited to attend the next installment in the monthly IT Centralization Brown Bag Lunch Series. The next session will be held Thursday, April 21, from noon to 1 p.m. in Robbins Building, Room E401 at the School of Medicine. The session will be hosted by Michael Kubit, deputy chief information officer, and will update attendees on the effort to centralize IT at Case Western Reserve and answer questions participants might have.

Case Western Reserve is undergoing an effort to centralize IT in an inclusive and collaborative manner that best supports the strategic missions of the university. Important goals of this effort include:

  • Reduce and effectively manage the risk profile of CWRU;
  • Ensure business continuity and disaster recovery readiness by leveraging best-practices across the university;
  • Improve the “IT experience” across all areas of the university; and
  • Optimize the university’s investments in IT.

Attendees should bring their own lunch to the series; lunch will not be provided. The series will continue on the third Thursday of every month throughout the centralization process and will be recorded for later viewing.

Those who plan to attend should RSVP online.

To learn more about the centralization process, visit There, you can view answers to frequently asked questions and submit feedback.