Did you know that you can use the System Administration Skype for Business application to chat cross-campus? Read more to learn how!
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New functionality to provide secure access to student-authorized information is now available via social authentication at all four CU campuses. FERPA Consent to Release forms were also automated. Learn more about these exciting new features for students!
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!
The FY17 maintenance window calendar is now available. Learn more about how maintenance windows dates are determined and how the calendar is used across CU.
Strategic partnerships with technology vendors help ensure that CU’s needs are heard regarding our enterprise applications. Learn more about UIS's partnership with enterprise technology vendor Nelnet.
Skype for Business is not low at System Administration, enabling chat capabilities between the System office and campuses. Learn more.
On July 19, 2016, UIS will roll out a desktop application to System Administration employees that will protect files stored locally on Windows and Mac workstations. Called CrashPlan Pro, the application will back files up to the cloud and allow employees to self-restore files lost or corrupted files. Learn more about this new service.
The UIS Project Management Office (PMO) supports the rollout of up to 25 projects per year for applications and technology infrastruction used by campuses and System Administration. Learn about the services this important UIS team offers to CU.
Requesting access to CU's enterprise and business applications can seem daunting. UIS's Identity and Access Management team and the Campus Security Coordinators are standing by to help you and your manager get the help you need to ensure you have the right permissions to do your job.

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