On May 31, the OneIT Operations Team approved the closeout of a project focused on leveraging identity and access-management (IAM) solutions to provide more efficient and supportable campus services through consolidation, standardization, and best practices.
The OneIT End User Support Project achieved closeout at the June 4 Operations Team meeting as the team reported out on the successes of its five subprojects.
The OneIT Communication and Collaboration Project achieved closeout at the May 31 Operations Team meeting as the team reported on completion of its two subprojects.
The OneIT HR Process Project achieved closeout as the team reported out on completion of the skills inventory sub-project. Nearly 500 OneIT staff completed the skills inventory, which provided a more accurate, complete view of the skills and technical interests of IT professionals at UI.
The OneIT End User Support Project recently completed implementations with the College of Public Health and the College of Dentistry. Planning is underway in the College of Engineering.
As the next step in developing a workforce development strategy, OneIT Leaders will evaluate the demand for various skill sets, forecasting three years out.
As the Extended Technical Support (ETS) team grows to serve more units on campus, a “team lead” approach has been adopted to provide structure and to spread out supervisory responsibilities. ETS recently named four more team leads.
The OneIT Printing Project received Operations Team approval on its charter. The project description, benefits, team members, and charter are available on the project page.
More than 1,400 telephone numbers have been migrated to Skype for Business, and dozens of units will convert from traditional phones to the Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) solution in the months ahead.
Health Care Information Systems and OneIT have pulled together a team to explore collaboration opportunities in identity and access management (IAM)—processes and technologies used to manage electronic identities.