Project Stakeholders: Residence Life, Student Accounts
Project Goal: Implement a more intuitive deposit solution for student housing.
Project Goal: Implement CourseLeaf, a comprehensive catalog/curriculum management system designed to manage processes for colleges and universities by incorporating flexible workflows with easy data entry and editing capabilities. It tightly integrates course information back to the SIS for accurate content while providing error checking, content management and publishing.
Project Stakeholders: Office of the Registrar, Faculty, Staff and Students
Project Goal: Implement Team Dynamix, a service and project portfolio management system designed specifically for higher education.
Project Stakeholders: Resources for Information Technology and Education, Campus faculty, staff and students.
Project Goal: Implement Starfish by Hobsons - Early Alert and Connect software, an early warning and integrated calendar/appointment system to improve Student Success and Advising.
Project Stakeholders: Resources for Information Technology and Education, faculty and staff from Academic Affairs, Academic Commons, various student support offices and our students.
Project Goal: Implement Academic Works software to allow a centralized portal for all students to search for all known available scholarships.
Project Stakeholders: Financial Aid Office, Students
On September 8, 2015, the creation of an Email-Calendar-Collaboration Task Group at Buffalo State was announced. The charge of this group stated:
Buffalo State is in a prime position to evaluate its current email-calendaring system used to support faculty and staff. As you are aware, we currently run MS Exchange 2007 to provide this service to the community. It is now time to consider options for the upgrade or replacement of this platform. The Email-Calendar-Collaboration Task Force will be charged with evaluating options available to Buffalo State to improve service delivery. The Task Force will canvas platforms in use at other institutions, both within and beyond SUNY, and provide recommendations for the most suitable option to address stability, scalability, maintenance, security and cost for the campus community.
After examining several platforms, the task group unanimously recommended to the CIO on February 12, 2016 that the campus move to Microsoft Office 365 Education for faculty and staff. Following the recommendation, Information Technology adopted an aggressive implementation agenda:
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