Information Technology Services (ITS) continues to work on targeted projects identified in the IT Strategic Plan, specifically related to the rebuild of a downsized data center, migration of services to the cloud, and the implementation of a new CRM (constituent relationship management) system. This work, in addition to University office relocations and scheduled updates of university classrooms and computing labs, requires that daily operations, work orders, enhancement requests, and project work are being evaluated to focus resources in these areas.
For the next 10-12 weeks, K-Staters may experience increased response times and project delays as efforts are directed toward being prepared to support the campus community for the beginning of Fall semester.
Throughout the summer, ITS will provide project status updates for units that have requested projects from ITS. For the latest status updates, go to k-state.edu/it-strategic-planning.
The new Information Technology Services (ITS) website is now “live” at www.k-state.edu/its. This new website is one of our key 2009 initiatives to improve communication within ITS and with our campus users regarding available services.
The website is being implemented in several stages, with this initial version focusing on making it easier for users to find the services they need and presenting the newly consolidated ITS and its service units as a coherent, branded IT organization serving K-State. The website replaces www.k-state.edu/InfoTech as the entry to ITS services.
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Is there an outstanding IT employee or team that has been especially helpful to you and your unit? Do you want to recognize that person for his/her contributions to IT at K-State? Nominate them for a 2009 IT Award! Nominations are open Dec. 1 through Jan. 11, 2009, so start thinking about whom you would like to see recognized at the upcoming awards ceremony.
All K-State employees, faculty, and students are encouraged to submit nominations for IT employees who represent an activity, service, or contribution considered “above and beyond the call of duty”. Eligible nominees include all employees from the various IT units at K-State – CTS, ECC, ISO, iTAC, KSRE, and OME. Continue reading “Nominations open for 2009 IT awards and recognition”