Projects

UNI will be migrating the Blackboard Learn (eLearning) system from being hosted on our campus to Blackboard Inc.'s cloud based offering known as SaaS (Software as a Service). The decision to move to the cloud was based on a recommendation of the UNI LMS Review committee comprised of faculty, staff...
UNI selected SalesForce as our campus wide CRM system in the fall of 2017.  In the summer of 2018 we went live with phase I, which focused on recruiting.  In the fall of 2018 we will begin work on phase II which will focus on student success.  Ultimately the majority of student recruiting and...
UNI is currently in the process of upgrading all of the general purpose classrooms on campus to a new university standard for technology.  More information is available at classrooms.uni.edu Contact: Melanie Abbas  
Initially if a serious disaster were to compromise several key computing facilities on campus it would have taken 3-4 weeks for UNI to have those systems back online. In discussions several years ago IT Administrative Information Systems was challenged to find a way of reducing that number to 2 – 3...
The eBusiness system is a vended system which we apply minor to medium sized updates regularly. The 12.2 upgrade is a larger type upgrade that we will need to tackle by the end of 2019. Upgrades of this size only occur once every 5 – 10 years, this will be our second major upgrade since our initial...
The Campus Solutions system is a vended system, which we apply, minor to medium sized updates regularly. The 9.2 upgrade is a larger type upgrade that we will need to tackle by the end of 2019. Upgrades of this size typically only occur once every 5 – 10 years, this will be our first major upgrade...
While the UNI data warehouse has data from nearly all UNI systems and much of this is based on code written by UNI for UNI, the original student warehouse is vended. The student warehouse was purchased along with the original student system. Oracle is discontinuing support for it, and encouraging...
UNI is in the process of implementing Multi Factor authentication capability. Multi-factor authentication requires not only a password, but also a second device to be in the users’ possession, such as a phone, or other device.  We have tested this system with cell phones as well as desktop phones,...
The administrative reporting tool on campus is Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition (OBIEE). Various dashboards have been developed using data in the University Data Warehouse on such subjects as Admissions, Student Enrollment, Course Demand, Payroll, Human Resources, and Financials,...
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