Slack Enterprise End of Life December 2022: Article by Scott Meuth Principle, IT Engineer Infrastructure Impact Slack Enterprise will be retired on December 15, 2022. Specifically, the following two workspaces will no longer be available: https://cdocas.slack.com https://cdo-kp-org.slack.com As we approach the date above, please ensure that: all integrations are removed not only from Slack, but also internally to so that we are not sending data that should not leave Kaiser. Please look through any integrations
Mobile Days 2022 Event Highlights Dec 2022: Article by Ken Ballinger, MCoE Engagement Manager The 2022 MCoE Mobile Days was a fast paced, high energy, virtual event October 5 & 6th, 2022, and it was packed with inspiring presentations from KPIT Leadership, Apple, Google, Microsoft and 13 of our partners on how they are using mobile applications to push boundaries in solving for business opportunities. Recordings of your favorite or missed presentations can be found here. Day
Our MCoE App Portfolio Page has a new look! December 2022: Call out by MCoE Team We are pleased to share our newly redesigned App Portfolio Page. Check out our easy to navigate pages by clicking the link below! MCoE App Portfolio Page ————- For questions or feedback about this article reach us at MCoE-Comms@kp.org.Visit the MCoE newsletter archives or tech news archives. Email MCoE-Comms@kp.org to subscribe to our newsletter.
How to Maintain Application Data in ATLAS September 2022: Article by Daniel Sou, Sr IT Consultant, HP BIO TIM MGMT ATLAS Release Notes ATLAS Job Aids and FAQs Application Support Requests All applications across Kaiser must be registered in the Application Technology Lifecycle and Analysis System (ATLAS), the system of record for KP applications. ATLAS provides visibility into the technology running on KP’s network, increasing operational efficiency and protecting sensitive data. Why do I need an application in
GEMS & GEMS+ September 2022: Article by Jennifer McClure, PhD, Director of Investigative Science and Michelle Oliver, Product and Engagement Lead Background The majority of cigarette smokers want to quit someday but are not ready to commit to a long-term abstinence. However, available smoking cessation treatments are not well-suited for ambivalent smokers. Low-cost, high-reach mobile health (mHealth) interventions may be a costefficient means of helping this group quit smoking, but there are currently no evidence-based