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June 26-28 OIT Systems Downtime Rescheduled

Maintenance on the following systems that had been scheduled for June 26-28 has been postponed and will be rescheduled. AcademicWorks AIM (Accessible Information Management) Atomic Learning CollegeNet (Online Course Evaluations) CILogon (Cyber-Infrastructure Login) Digital Measures DMP Tool EDUCAUSE GENI Portal … (Read More) June 26-28 OIT Systems Downtime Rescheduled

PeopleSoft Systems Unavailable June 12-14

PeopleSoft Student Center, Campus Solutions, Human Resources and Finance Information systems will be unavailable beginning at 5:30 pm on Friday, June 12, though 6 p.m. on Sunday, June 14. The Office of Information Technology will upgrade the PeopleTools platform during … (Read More) PeopleSoft Systems Unavailable June 12-14

Free Microsoft Office for Faculty and Staff Personal Computers

The Office of Information Technology is pleased to announce Microsoft Office is now available free of charge to Boise State faculty and staff for personally owned computers. Under the Microsoft Office Student Advantage program, actively employed faculty and staff may … (Read More) Free Microsoft Office for Faculty and Staff Personal Computers

Wireless Networking Changes Coming Wednesday, May 13

The Office of Information Technology will remove the Bronco-Wireless network from service on Wednesday, May 13. The new eduroam secure wireless network provides all of the functions of Bronco-Wireless, with the additional benefit of requiring you to sign in only once (until … (Read More) Wireless Networking Changes Coming Wednesday, May 13

Max’s Minute: Reorganizing the Office of Information Technology

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 has undergone a reorganization to improve customer service, support resolution, and align our … (Read More) Max’s Minute: Reorganizing the Office of Information Technology

PeopleSoft Systems Maintenance May 1-3 Canceled

The PeopleSoft maintenance previously scheduled for May 1-3 has been canceled due to a technical issue. All systems will continue to be available. For more information, please contact the Office of Information Technology Help Desk at 426-4357, or email helpdesk@boisestate.edu. (Read More) PeopleSoft Systems Maintenance May 1-3 Canceled

Systems Downtime Scheduled for Saturday, March 21

Blackboard Learn, PeopleSoft Student Center, PeopleSoft Human Capital Management (HR), and PeopleSoft Finance systems will be unavailable from 7-9 a.m. Saturday, March 21. University websites will be unavailable from 7:45-8:30 a.m. on this date as well. Also, a brief outage … (Read More) Systems Downtime Scheduled for Saturday, March 21

Qualtrics Single Sign-On Coming March 4

Qualtrics, the online survey and insight platform available to the Boise State community, soon will be available for use with your Boise State username and password. Beginning Wednesday, March 4, Qualtrics account holders may access the service on the Office of Information … (Read More) Qualtrics Single Sign-On Coming March 4

Student Programmers Wanted for Bronco Appathon 4

Boise State students will compete to earn cash, prizes and prestige at Bronco Appathon 4 on March 6-8. Student programmers and designers are encouraged to register at no cost for this annual weekend coding marathon. Students will form teams to … (Read More) Student Programmers Wanted for Bronco Appathon 4

Data Doctor Offers Cure for Pyramid Analytics Ills

The Data Doctor is IN this semester to help you with Pyramid Analytics and myInsights reporting services. Office of Information Technology and Office of Institutional Research “Data Doctors” are teaming up to assist you with formatting, modifying and distributing reports, as well … (Read More) Data Doctor Offers Cure for Pyramid Analytics Ills

Technology Learning Opportunities from OIT

The Office of Information Technology offers on-demand, classroom and ad hoc group learning opportunities for Boise State staff and faculty. On Demand Learning Resources Access to learning resources covering nearly every topic are available free of charge 24 hours per day, … (Read More) Technology Learning Opportunities from OIT

Introducing eduroam: Secure, Easy Wireless Networking at Boise State

The Office of Information Technology is pleased to announce eduroam, a new wireless network for the Boise State community. With eduroam, you can log in once with a Boise State username and password, and not have to authenticate again as you move … (Read More) Introducing eduroam: Secure, Easy Wireless Networking at Boise State