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September 16, 2015

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

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 completed efforts to resolve the problem where KUMC users are being provisioned at KUL first, and then getting a KUL formatted user-account name.  The project team is also continuing discussions for data synchronization, so that phase 1 can come to a conclusion.  Mapping exercises are ongoing.  Test systems are also being set up for this effort.  Both KUL and KUMC are also 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

  • Kris Dover filled the CLAS-SHIA TSC Manager position and started on September 14, 2015.
  • Reorganization process has been started with School of Pharmacy leaders. Meeting with departmental IT staff has been scheduled to begin the process.

Network Optimization

  • The remaining initiatives for phase two of Network optimization are on hold, as the Single Identity Management System project remains a dependency for continued wireless integration.  Once completed, and a strategy is determined for both the wireless integration and monitoring systems, project teams will need to determine feasibility of solutions.

Scanning & Document Workflow

  • This project is complete.

Campus CRM (Constituent Relationship Management)

  • The Leadership group has approved the prioritization of the 10 business cases for FY16 development.  The first business case has been developed and released to the myKU portal.  Two additional business cases have been identified and will be documented and prioritized for this fiscal year.

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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