Fermilab Computing Division

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Scott W Nolan of Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory is listed as an author on the most recent version of the following documents:
See documents with Scott W Nolan on any version.

CS-doc-# Title Author(s) Topic(s) Last Updated
5407-v1 Modernizing application integrations with a data integration hub Scott W Nolan Minor Application
21 Aug 2014
4648-v3 SharePoint Information Governance Executive Summary Craig Mohler et al. Collaboration Tools
17 Sep 2013
4870-v3 FY13 Tactical Plan for Enterprise Architecture Bill Boroski et al. FY2013 Tactical Plans
18 Sep 2012
4865-v1 FY13 Tactical Plan for Application Services Udaya Manikonda et al. FY2013 Tactical Plans
02 Sep 2012
4858-v0 FY13 Tactical Plan for Document and Collaboration Services Craig Mohler et al. FY2013 Tactical Plans
01 Sep 2012
4861-v0 FY13 Tactical Plan for Reporting and Business Intelligence Craig Mohler et al. FY2013 Tactical Plans
01 Sep 2012
4854-v0 FY13 Tactical Plan for Code Management Scott W Nolan et al. FY2013 Tactical Plans
01 Sep 2012
4753-v1 Lighting up “Fermidash” – Fermilab’s Executive Dashboard Scott W Nolan Shared Systems and Services
18 May 2012
4673-v1 NLIT 2012 Abstract: Lighting up Fermilab’s Executive Dashboard (“FermiDash”) Scott W Nolan Communications & Outreach
01 Mar 2012
3931-v1 ES&H Web Site XMS Migration Meeting Notes 5/6/2010 Matt Arena et al. Web
XMS
ES&H
20 May 2010
3467-v3 FY10 Tactical Plan for Enterprise Information Systems Presentation Scott W Nolan et al. FY2010 Tactical Plans
06 Oct 2009
3456-v1 ECS Change Management Presentation Scott W Nolan Change Management
01 Oct 2009
3417-v4 FY10 Tactical Plan for Enterprise Information Systems Scott W Nolan et al. FY2010 Tactical Plans
29 Sep 2009
3425-v1 FY10 Tactical Plan for Database Services Scott W Nolan et al. FY2010 Tactical Plans
24 Sep 2009

Number of documents found: 14

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