Microsoft Teams Migration Project

Microsoft Teams Migration Project Enters Phase II

The mono version of the Jabra Evolve2 40.In the second part of January and running through February, Phase II of the Microsoft Teams Migration Project will begin with the exchange of desktop phones for headsets for any employees who requested one but were not able to get one as part of Phase I. We will also be deploying the Jabra speaker puck as part of this Phase. OIT representatives will visit campus buildings between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. to meet with employees and conduct the exchange.

The schedule for these exchanges is as follows:

Week 1
Monday, January 22 Prothro Hall, Selecman Hall, Kirby Hall, Bridwell Library
Tuesday, January 23 Owen Arts Center, Meadows Museum, Dr. Bob Smith Health Center, Umphrey Lee Center
Wednesday, January 24 Embrey Engineering Building, Caruth Hall, Hughes- Trigg Student Center
Thursday, January 25 Crum Basketball Center, Loyd All-Sports Center, Blanton Student Services Building
Friday, January 26 Revisit locations
Week 2
Monday, January 29 Dawson Service Center, Patterson Hall, Clements Hall, Hyer Hall, Fondren Library Center
Tuesday, January 30 Dallas Hall, Heroy Science Hall, Fondren Science Building, Harold Clark Simmons Hall, Annette Caldwell Simmons Hall, Moody Hall
Wednesday, January 31 Perkins 
Administration, Storey Hall, Collins Hall
Thursday, February 1 East Campus
Friday, February 2 Revisit locations

As it was with Phase I, if the scheduled date does not work with an employee’s availability, the team will return the following Friday to try again. No exchange will happen without the requester being present. Also, if an employee would like to exchange a desktop phone for a headset, they can ask one of the OIT representatives while they are in the building, and they will be happy to assist.

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Ian Aberle

Ian Aberle is an Adobe Creative Educator and the Senior IT Communications Specialist & Trainer for the Office of Information Technology (OIT). For over 25 years, he has helped the SMU community use technology and implement digital and web media through multiple roles with the Digital Commons, SMU STAR Program, and now OIT. Ian enjoys photography and road trips with his family in his free time.