Alert: Microsoft Teams Conference Calling Available. In an effort to support synchronous remote classroom sessions and to facilitate group communications with external entities, OIT has enabled phone conferencing capabilities with Microsoft Teams. This service will be available through the Summer semester. You should have received a message from Microsoft that included your conference phone number and PIN, do not delete this email. If you schedule a meeting, the phone number will be automatically added to the meeting. You will not see this number, but your participants will receive this in their meeting invite. If you select “Meet Now” within a Microsoft Teams Team channel, the conference line will also open. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
March 3rd at 2 p.m.
In this interactive session, OIT Directors will discuss OneDrive, SharePoint, and on-premise storage solutions.
University Staff Evaluations are due to the BUS office by noon on Wednesday, February 26th.
Office 365 Administrator
Videographer and Editor
Additional information about these positions can be found on CU Careers.
Positions Coming Soon
Lion One Card's New Feature
Starting the first week of February, a select team will begin testing the new UCCS Lion One Cards on campus. The new cards will have the same look but offer an exciting new feature, being contactless!
Over the next few days, the team and Transact will be finishing up the installation of the new door readers on Copper and El Dora this week. Once these two buildings are done, all of the residence halls and the POS systems will be functional. Any cards that have the contactless feature can be used at these locations. The next step of the project is to begin work on the existing card readers in the El Pomar Center, and continue working building to building with a project completion date targeted for the summer of 2020.
Are you Getting Paid to Move?
Did you know you can get paid to move? With the CU Health Plan - Move program, you could earn $25 a month just for being active!
To learn more about this program, eligibility and how to sign up, visit becolorado.org and start earning today!
The Westnet Education and Research Consortium (WERC) is a nonprofit entity composed of organizations from the states of Arizona, Colorado, Idaho, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming. WERC holds informational bi-annual meetings that feature technical presentations from influential members and vendors.
This year, the 2.5-day conference was held at Arizona State University and was attended by approximately 60 IT professionals from 25 institutions. UCCS was represented by Greg Williams, Director of Operations.
Why we meet:
Understand what each of the attending institutions is going through
Solve problems together
Share technical expertise
Some of the hot topics this year:
Network Access Control
One of the biggest take-away – "we are not just architects – we are artists who see the beauty in our work."