Room Scheduling System
The restoration of 25 Live, the room scheduling system, and its integration with the ERP/SIS has been completed. This restores the ability for regular scheduling, including that of final exams for the in-progress term and of overall scheduling for spring.
SIS-LMS Data Exchange
Integration between the University’s student information system and the learning management system has be restored.
Lockdown Browser Up
The lockdown browser, which secures online exams in classrooms or proctored environments, has now been fully restored.
ID Card and Card Lock Systems
The rebuilt systems to generate ID cards and manage room access via card locks are currently in testing and validation. They are anticipated to be operationalized next week, if the validation is successful.
Previous Email, Calendar, and Contacts
Previous faculty and staff email, calendar, and contacts have started to become available to users. This work has to be performed for a few users at a time and so far about 375 users’ previous items have been made available to them. The target for alumni email restoration is mid-November.
It is anticipated that networked print services will start becoming available to users in about two weeks. Majority of the server and network configuration work has been completed but user computers need to be worked on.
1,113 faculty/staff computers have been touched, of which 1,088 have been restored. 1,154 classroom/lab computers have been restored. 80 faculty/staff Macs have been restored.
The work to rebuild and, in the process, upgrade the document imaging system has made good progress. Users will start seeing the client application for this system in the Software Center but should note that testing and validation has not yet been done. It is a substantial effort that may take about two weeks.
Over 530 desk phones have been restored to-date. Most individual phones should now be fully operational. Several common area phones are still being restored.
SPSS has been installed for users with previously identified needs. Users that need access to this package and have not already requested it from ITS should submit a request at http://services.Regis.edu
Sporadic Wireless Issues
The ITS team is investigating the sporadic wireless issues that have been reported and has engaged the services of Cisco. As part of the special downtime Friday night, an upgrade was performed that may be beneficial, according to Cisco. However, at this point in time, we are not sure if it will resolve the intermittent issues.