Information Technology and Services (ITS) unveiled Syracuse University’s first MakerSpace to the University community on Friday, October 10, 2014.
A core strategic element of long-term network planning is the continuing work of Information Technology and Services’ (ITS) Network Design and Development (NDD) team to design, build, and improve the networks serving the University’s distant locations. The goal is distant University networks that seamlessly integrate and operate on par with the main campus networks. The result is robust, reliable functionality and connectivity for students, faculty, staff, and guests at any University location on the globe.
Information Technology and Services (ITS) hosted SU’s first Blackboard Faculty Day on October 24 at the Syracuse University Sheraton. The Online Learning Services group produced the event, designed specifically for Syracuse University community faculty members and instructors who were interested in learning how to best utilize Blackboard to support their teaching and their students' learning.
Information Technology and Services (ITS) fielded a team of almost 80 staff and student employees to welcome and support first-year, transfer and returning students and families during Syracuse Welcome 2014. F
On Monday, November 3 Information Technology and Services (ITS) implemented one of the most effective ways to protect the University’s confidential information. The new Password Change Management System (PCMS) sent out its first 479 email warning notifications.
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After six months, all staff in ITS’s Learning Environments (LE) group, the team that provides Syracuse University with academic technology services, have moved into their new headquarters in the Biological Research Laboratories (BRL).
The pre-dawn hours of Sunday, September 28 saw the successful completion of a year-long project to ensure support and functionality of data systems crucial to the University’s mission. After 36 continuous hours, a team of more than 60 Information Technology and Services (ITS) staff and application users from many University departments tested and implemented major changes to SU’s PeopleSoft system.
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