IT Governance Committee determined TIP projects moving forward with campus consensus.
The Processing Site Interconnect initiative improved UIS site to site networks reliability, bandwidth, and more while decreasing the cost by 30 percent.
System Administration's SharePoint site provides many benefits beyond compliance with CU's data governance policy. Learn how System departments collaborate cross-campus with SharePoint.
UIS invites System Administration, Advancement and Foundation employees to volunteer for the new UIS Advisory Group starting in the new year. Sign up by December 23, 2016. Learn more!
CU’s Advancement and Foundation staff increased operating efficiencies and saved costs by integrating their desktop and network services under UIS’s service and support offerings. Learn more.
The results are in regarding the UIS Service Desk's new staffing model. Learn more about how resolution and response times have improved.
A view into campus free/busy information is now available for System Administration staff! Learn more.
Want to try the Microsoft Surface Pro 4? System Administration staff - stop by the UIS Service Desk to sign up for a one-week trial!
In March of 2016, the UIS Service Desk asked System Administration staff to help us improve our services by completing a brief survey. The top issues identified were the service desk's response and resolution times, technical experitise and the dimishished effectiveness of the student services model. UIS has put measures in place to address these issues, with more planned. Learn more about how the UIS Service Desk is responding to System Administration recommedations for improvement.
A new Windows computers security policy is going into effect Tuesday, March 22 to increase data security and protect System Administration employees from unauthorized use of their Windows computing devices. Computing devices will automatically lock after 15 minutes of inactivity. Learn more about this new policy.