Annual Report 2012 – 2013



Summary of the Year

ICT accomplished all of its goals for the 2012-2013 fiscal year. Our top priority and most important accomplishment is our continued success in providing high quality, reliable service and collaborative support to our community. Major milestones for the year included the completion of the production server and data migration to the Green Data Center on South Campus, computing and research support for the new Aging Studies Institute, and the continued security and computing support for the FAIR Health project.

This year, ICT’s technology initiatives included the deployment of the LTN video system with broadcast quality capability, completion of the technical and programming areas of the new Maxwell website, and Salesforce.com development.

Annual Report 2012 – 2013

Annual Report 2011 – 2012

Summary of the Year

ICT accomplished all of its goals for the 2011-2012 fiscal year. Our top priority and most important accomplishment is our continued success in providing high quality, reliable service and collaborative support to our community. Major milestones for the year included the development of the Academic Virtual Hosting Environment, the Global Collaboratory control room refresh, the construction of a new recording studio, the collaboration with ITS to test and deploy the new Condor distributed computing system, the production server migration to the central Green Data Center, and the continued security and computing support for the FAIR Health project. These accomplishments are detailed in subsequent sections.

This year, ICT’s technology initiatives included the deployment of the ISDN audio system with broadcast quality capability, classroom technology upgrades, a new desktop imaging deployment system, and the continued development in the area of web resources including new search and calendaring functions.

Annual Report 2011 – 2012

Annual Report 2010 – 2011

Summary of the Year

ICT accomplished all of its goals for the 2010-2011 fiscal year. Our top priority and most important accomplishment is the continued success in providing high quality, reliable service and support to our community. Major work for this year included the development of the new central research computing cluster, the completion of the Windows 7 migration, the Office 2010 upgrade, continued security and computing support for the FAIR Health project, ICT staff reorganization, and the Maxwell website redesign. These accomplishments are detailed in subsequent sections.

This year, ICT’s technology initiatives include the deployment of the new wireless network, the Global Collaboratory upgrade, the implementation of the laptop encryption standard, new digital signage system deployment, and the development of a new disaster recovery plan.

Annual Report 2010 – 2011

Annual Report 2009 – 2010

Summary of the Year
ICT accomplished all of its goals for the 2009-2010 fiscal year.  Our top priority and most important accomplishment is the continued success in providing high quality, reliable service and support to our community. Major work for this year included the 64-Bit Windows 7 desktop rollout, security and computing support for the Fair Health project, the upgrade of the Maxwell Auditorium, and the completion of the web content management system migration. These accomplishments are detailed in subsequent sections.

ICT’s technology initiatives this year include the deployment of new and innovative computing sustainability strategies, upgrade of our media services infrastructure, introduction of a low-cost, low-power desktop solution and the opening of a secure research room.

ICT Annual Report 2009 – 2010

Annual Report 2008 – 2009

Summary of the Year

It was a busy and productive year for ICT. Our top priority and most important accomplishment is the continued success in providing high quality, reliable service and support to our community. Major work for this year included the introduction of green computing sustainability initiatives, new web and media services, 64 bit desktop computing, and the launch of the Technical Advisor Project (TAP) program. These accomplishments are detailed in subsequent sections.

ICT’s technology initiatives this year include completing the migration of the legacy domain services to the new university-wide SUAD domain, consolidation of hardware through virtualization and centralization, implementing a Flash server, the launch of the new content management system, classroom and network closet upgrades, and the implementation of a disaster recovery system.

ICT Annual Report 2008-2009