To gain access to enterprise applications an authorization request form must be completed and the appropriate signatures acquired.
AD management is a service provided to campus. We maintain, secure and monitor central domain controllers and support the campus OU and AD administrators. We currently provision student accounts in AD from central CatID data and are working on a project to provision all UNI accounts in AD with useful group information.
UNI has multiple child domains in a single forest. UNI is in the process of migrating child domains to a single domain. A single domain is shared by using permission protected organizational units for each IT support domain on campus.
Microsoft System Center Endpoint Protection is monitored and managed by the Windows team in ITS-Network Services. SCEP is licensed for campus computers.
We provide traditional analysis, design, programming, and testing for enterprise applications spanning a variety of platforms and technologies.
We provide implementation and integration support for enterprise level vended applications. This includes centrally supported PeopleSoft (Campus Solutions, CRM, Portal and Student Data Warehouse modules), Oracle E-Business Applications, Hyland OnBase document imaging system and Accruent Facilities and Maintenance Management along with various other applications.
Audio Production Services records, mixes, edits, and copies sound materials either in a studio or on-location. We also assist in the selection of music and sound effects as well as in the hiring of narrators. Video Production Services records and edits video materials in a studio or on-location and provides titling, special effects, and digital file compression. Our video studio may be set to accommodate different types of programming, and we have multiple-camera/multiple-microphone capability on location. All our equipment is of professional, industrial quality.
CAS is an enterprise Single Sign-On solution for web services. Single Sign-On (SSO) means a better user experience when running a multitude of web services, each with its own means of authentication.
Databases are used to store nearly all of the university's computerized data. The university primarily utilizes the Oracle database engine to meet these needs. Microsoft's SQL Server database is utilized for applications not supporting the Oracle database.
A database is an engine that stores, processes, and secures data for the university. Databases support high volume access with quick response. The university's database environment has been architected to be highly available and quickly recoverable in the event of a disaster.
A digital signage solution is available for use. Digital signage can be created and displayed throughout campus as well as on our campus cable TV system.
The Production House can make one copy of your CD or we can arrange to have 1000's of your DVD replicated. We can handle any job, any size with any options.