Distributed Computing Support
Philip Baczewski (DCSMT Chair, Director of Academic Computing, Computing and IT Center), Craig Berry (School of Visual Arts), Ben Bigby (College of Music),Tim Christian (College of Arts and Sciences), Chu Chuah (College of Public Administration and Community Service), Nassos Galiopoulos (substituted for Wil Clark (UNT System Center @ Dallas)), Chris Stoemer (substituted for Mike Hatch (COBA), Paul Hons (College of Education), Katy Gallahan (substituting for Scott Jackson (Libraries)), Gary Matthews (School of Library and Information Science), Jim Byford (substituting for Bruce Pollock (ABN Lan Mgmt)), Uwe Rossbach (College of Engineering), Richard Sanzone (Computing and IT Center Helpdesk), Chris Strauss (CITC Remedy Admin), Roy Zumwalt (TAMS)
T.J. Adamowicz (Police and Traffic), Margaret Ambuel (UNT HR), Richard Anderson (CITC Information Security), Charlie Andrews (College of Education), Chris Bennet (ABN LAN Mgmt), Allen Bradley (CITC Network Computing Services), Tom Delozier (HSC IT @ Ft. Wroth), Mac Edwards (CITC), Jason Gutierrez (CITC Network Computing Services), Cathy Hardy (Computing and IT Center), Elizabeth Hinkle-Turner (CITC Student Computing), Matt Kernan (CEN Computer Sciences), Claudia Lynch (CITC Academic Computing), Tyson McMillan (UNT HR), Ramu Muthiah (Col Pub Admin & Comm Svc), Jason Myre (CITC Network Computing Services), Robert Nimocks (UNT HSC), Bahram Paiani (CITC Network Computing Services), Patrick Pluscht (Center for Distributed Learning), Charlotte Russell ( CITC Admin/Compliance), Teo Yoke (CITC Network Computing Services), Craig Terrell (CITC Network Computing Services), Steve Vocelka (CITC Computer Operations), Vicky Walker (CITC EIS Computing), Scott Windham (CITC Data Communications), Yancy Yeargan (CITC Network Computing Services), Tri-Ever Rustee (the Wonder Dog)
Minutes from April 20, 2007, were approved as written.
IT Systems Access Revocation
Charlotte Russell reported on issues related to timely IT Systems access revocation and outlined a procedure for departments to submit notification of changes in employment status and for system administrators to remove access as appropriate. She asked DCSMT to provide feedback in regard to the nature of the reporting required to support access revocation for the systems they manage.
HORIZON WIMBA LIVE CLASSROOM DEMO
Patrick Pluscht introduced Estelita Young of Wimba, inc. who, gave a demo of the Wimba live classroom service. Estelita was assisted by Jody Wexler, Wimba sales representative from New York City, and Sean Hessenthaler from the University of Georgia. The demo showed the video conference, presentation, whiteboard, and desktop sharing features of the Live Classroom service.
Philip Baczewski gave a status report on the Microsoft Active Directory and Exchange migration project. Exchange Training/Knowledge Transfer session for Network mangers is planned for June 7th, 9am - noon. It will include the day to day maintenance activities and is intended for support staff who help maintain mailbox services for faculty and staff. Uwe Rossbach announced that a meeting would be held on the following Friday to develop common procedures for deploying the Outlook 2007 client on desktop workstations on campus.
No new business was discussed.
No area reports were given
The meeting was adjourned at 12:04 p.m. The next meeting is scheduled for May 18, 2007.
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