In September, we wrapped up the completion of Phase I of the Phone Replacement project. This multi-year project kicked off with over 900 cabling upgrades and enabling layer 3 routing to ensure infrastructure readiness. Once these initial upgrades were complete, OIT kicked off a pilot to test functionality and ensure the successful rollout of new phones on campus. Implementing this new system was a massive undertaking, with OIT staff canvassing The Hilltop to audit, plan, train, and deploy. From the University Data Center to Expressway Tower to the Law quad, every campus building required exceptional attention to detail. Continue reading Phase I of SMU’s Phone Replacement Project Completed
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Box is great for sharing and working on files with your colleagues here at SMU, but have you ever wanted the ability to allow people from outside the University to upload files into a Box folder? Now you can! Continue reading Box Introduces File Request Links!
GitHub recently upgraded SMU’s enterprise server to version 2.22, which provides improved and brand-new features to help better manage your code. Here’s a look at what’s changed. Continue reading SMU’s GitHub Server Receives Upgrades