The following list provides an overview of major projects we're currently working on or that have recently been completed.
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The Identity and Access Management (IAM) system creates and manages Campus Computing IDs (CCIDs) that are used to access all central IT services at the University of Alberta and is used to ensure appropriate access to IT and other resources. This is the first in a series of projects to improve IAM within the IT environment of the University of Alberta. The scope of this project is to replace existing IAM functionality with SailPoint's Identity IQ solution.
Provide automated auditable controls over the completion of employee training and acknowledgement of security, privacy, and confidentiality policies across the institution.
Create an inventory of applications supported by the Enterprise Applications Development team; assess the business value provided by each applicaiton; decommission legacy applications and patch existing vulnerabilities to reduce institutional risk; and, provide provide clear support documentation to speed up service delivery and reduce time to resolution.
Upgrade Tribal SITS:Vision software from version 8.8 to 9.3 to ensure the University stays current and supported.
Assess Oracle’s Taleo Learning Management Solution against Human Resource Service’s business requirements and prepare recommendation for presentation to the IT Steering Committee for Administration.
Develop a business application to support the annual Faculty review process.
The Alberta School of Business is moving from their local learning management solution (uLearn) to the university-wide learning manaement solution (Moodle).
To develop new tiered technology standards that will allow the University of Alberta classrooms to be run in a sustainable way and support the needs of instructors across the university.
Assess options for Infrastructure Cloud solutions. This work is being delivered in two phases - Phase 1 Discovery, Phase 2 Pilot.
• Review service provider | vendor services available and the cost of those services
• Train IST staff in regards to moving and operating services in the cloud
• Develop plans and governance for cloud adoption.
• Pilot of services in the cloud
• Develop costing models for cloud services
• Frameworks and workflows for determining what is to be moved to the cloud and how
The objective of the Undergraduate Admissions Solution project is to enhance the overall experience of stakeholders involved in the admissions and enrolment process (students, admissions staff, Faculty advisors). . The outcome of the RFP phase will be the selection and recommendation of a solution that will enable the delivery of integrated and consistent services.