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Software Learning Opportunities from OIT

The Office of Information Technology has scheduled a variety of classes and drop-in sessions this fall for faculty and staff. Classes are available for WordPress, SecureForms, Microsoft Excel and Google Apps. Drop-in sessions for one-on-one assistance are scheduled for WordPress, … (Read More)

Max’s Minute: Welcome to Fall 2014

Max Davis-Johnson, associate vice president for information technology and chief information officer, blogs regularly about his vision of transparency, customers and collaboration. The Office of Information Technology was hard at work over the summer months implementing new services, including free … (Read More)

WordPress Learning Opportunities

A variety of WordPress learning opportunities for faculty and staff are available this fall at Boise State: Classes Six WordPress classes are offered for both beginners and site administrators on how to use the WordPress system, in addition to three classes on … (Read More)

PeopleSoft Maintenance July 26

PeopleSoft Student Center, Campus Solutions, Human Resources and Finance Information systems will be unavailable Saturday, July 26, from 6-9 a.m. The Office of Information Technology will perform maintenance during this time. For more information, please contact the Office of Information Technology Help … (Read More)

Network Maintenance Scheduled July 13

The Office of Information Technology will perform network maintenance between 6-6:20 a.m. on Sunday, July 13. Access to all Boise State applications will be unavailable during the brief maintenance period. However, telephone, data and Internet connectivity will not be impacted. For … (Read More)

Update on PeopleSoft Hiring Transactions

The PeopleSoft Renovation Project recently announced a hold on processing of hiring transaction paperwork between July 6-20. However, due to a delay in the first scheduled release of the PeopleSoft Renovation Project, transactions will not be held during this time. … (Read More)

PeopleSoft Hiring Transactions to be Queued July 6-20

EAFs or hiring change paperwork with an effective date of July 6 or after will not be processed in PeopleSoft until July 21. The PeopleSoft Renovation Project will implement new systems and processes on Monday, July 21. Data using new … (Read More)

New Student Hiring Process Coming July 21

The PeopleSoft Renovation Project is implementing a new online hiring process for student employees on Monday, July 21. This new process will replace the outmoded, inefficient paper process used today. The new student hiring process is intended for all work … (Read More)

Network Maintenance Scheduled for May 19

The Office of Information Technology will perform network maintenance from 6-7 a.m. on Monday, May 19. During this time, access to off-campus (“public”) Internet sites and resources will be unavailable during brief one-minute periods. Internal Boise State websites, network and … (Read More)

Max’s Minute: Graduating the Enterprise Roadmap

Max Davis-Johnson, associate vice president for information technology and chief information officer, blogs regularly about his vision of transparency, customers and collaboration. After a prodigious three-year run, the University Enterprise Roadmap has completed its journey. In his current video blog, … (Read More)

Training Available for Pyramid Analytics

New training opportunities are available for Pyramid Analytics, the new business intelligence analysis and reporting tool recently introduced as a replacement for ProClarity. “Introduction to Pyramid Analytics” will review the basic functionality of the Pyramid Analytics reporting tool using a … (Read More)

New Website for PeopleSoft Renovation Project

The PeopleSoft Renovation Project is a multi-year effort to improve PeopleSoft Finance and Human Resources systems at Boise State. A new website has been created to provide information, updates and resources throughout the project lifecycle. Originally part of the University … (Read More)