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February 17, 2016

Wednesday, February 17, 2016

Progress made this reporting period:

Single Identity Management System

  • This project status remains at urgent status (I.E. Yellow).  For AD this effort remains on hold until the non-technical aspects of the project have been resolved.  For META, KUL has successfully completed their Identity Manager upgrade.  KUMC is actively working on their upgrade.  After the successful upgrades, the team will resume the analysis and refinement of the data to be synchronized between systems.  Both KUL and KUMC continue renaming duplicated accounts as they are identified.

Leverage Software Purchasing

  • This project is complete.  The Technology Advisory Committee (TAC) Hardware/Software subcommittee will continue to track progress on this initiative.

Increase MFD Usage

  • This project is complete.

Server Centralization

  • Continue to focus our efforts on new server/service requests and contract renewal.

Reorganize & Redefine

  • KU IT is continuing work to reorganize School of Pharmacy IT Staff.

Network Optimization

  • This project is complete.  The remaining Network Optimization initiatives were discussed within the CFE committee, where it was determined no further progress could be made at this time.

Scanning & Document Workflow

  • This project is complete.

Campus CRM (Constituent Relationship Management)

  • We are moving forward with driving students to the updated portal as an entry point to CRM.  All FY15 features within the project are following a monthly release schedule provided to Leadership.  Communications to campus will occur strategically as features are released and grouped.  Videos of new features are being provided to campus communicators.

Campus CMS (Content Management System)

  • This project is complete.

Early Warning System

  • This project is complete.

Appointment Scheduler

  • This project is complete.

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