Annual Accountability Report 2015
Information Technology and Communications Services (ITACS)
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In fiscal year 2015, ITACS faced many opportunities to grow our campus IT infrastructure at a time when we were challenged with diminishing staff resources. 2015 afforded ITACS the opportunity to face these challenges head on and continue to provide and grow the capabilities that our campus demands. Annually, this report is published to account for the decisions made and the actions taken to support and grow these capabilities. In 2015, we focused on security as a cornerstone, and performance as a benchmark, to improve the usability of our services. This is evidenced by the transition to the new enterprise Web Content Management System “LifeRay,” the acquisition and planning of the campus-wide network infrastructure upgrade, the addition of the Vulnerability Remediation Asset Manager (VRAM) in Cybersecurity, and the greatly improved lab and classroom automated re-image process. Additionally, ITACS worked to improve the audio-visual technologies of our classrooms and auditoria, and acquired cloud storage services to expand and grow our capability reach. Sourcing the tools to succeed, we aim to strengthen our catalog of services offered, reinvest in cost-saving measures, and reinforce flexibility and agility to deliver our goal of usability. It is imperative that our services are out in front of mission requirements.
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