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July 2022 Update to the Four-Year Technology Roadmap

 July 2022 update (revision 82) to the four-year University-wide technology roadmap is available to University constituents as a PDF document on PennBox at:

This technology roadmap’s primary goal is to help Penn’s technology professionals make contextual decisions within the overall University technology environment. It is for internal use—please do not forward it to non-Penn individuals.

This twenty-seventh update to the roadmap has 39 of the 174 existing technologies listed modified in some way. Seven technologies have been added—Threat Detection Engine (Suricata), DNS64/NAT64, Robotic Process Automation, Windows 10 version 22H2, Windows 11 version 22H2, macOS 13.x, and Safari 16. Four technologies have been removed—New IAM solution (Phase 1), Windows 10 October 2018 Update, Windows 10 May 2019 Update, and Flash Player. An orange box to the technology name’s right delineates all modified technologies, and changelogs describe them on the roadmap’s final pages.

This roadmap represents the best current estimates of the status of these technologies. It will often revise over time and is wholly re-evaluated every quarter. My thanks to individuals across the University—about 25—who assisted in compiling this 28th release of the roadmap.