Tag: Information Services

Reminder: SIS upgrade coming this summer

An upgrade to UW-Green Bay’s Student Information System (SIS) is planned for the weekend of July 4, 2016. SIS interacts with many applications on campus including HRS, D2L, SFS, CRM, housing and others. These applications will be affected but will not be down during the upgrade. The MIS team and the SIS User Group are working on […]

Video Training Demo: LYNDA.COM

Lynda is FREE for UWGB! Bring your lunch and attend a 30-minute demo on Lynda.com from 11:30 to Noon, March 23 in the 1965 Room, University Union. Find out what Lynda has to offer including software training, first looks at up-and-coming technologies, documentaries, and full courses on critical business skills and techniques for creative pros. […]

E-mail issues resolved

Information Services Division staff report that they have resolved the major issues that have been causing frustration for some campus users over the past few weeks. These include search failures in Outlook Web Access, intermittent mail delivery failures to off campus email addresses, and start-up issues for Outlook. An upgrade was installed last week that fixed those […]

SIS upgrade coming this summer

An upgrade to UW-Green Bay’s Student Information System (SIS) is planned for the weekend of July 4th 2016 but the groundwork is beginning now. SIS interacts with many applications on campus including HRS, D2L, SFS, CRM, housing and others. These applications will be affected but will not be down during the upgrade.  More information, including […]

Kieper: Campus responds to large-scale network attack


David Kieper, UW-Green Bay’s interim chief information officer, shares the following: “The campus network suffered an outage on Tuesday, April 7, 2015 between 5:30 pm and 7:30 pm. The campus network was the target of a large-scale distributed denial of service (DDOS) attack that was initiated by an unknown party. This attack resulted in a […]

UW-Green Bay’s Bukralia writes on ‘Big Data’ for national publication

The December edition of CIO Review magazine, a special education-technology issue, features a “CIO Viewpoint” column by Rajeev Bukralia, UW-Green Bay’s chief information officer and associate provost for information services. Writing about the arrival of the “Big Data” era, Bukralia writes that the integration of disparate computer systems on campuses has increased the volume and […]

Bukralia speaks at national conference on prescriptive analytics, retention

Rajeev Bukralia, the University’s chief information officer and associate provost for information services, was a featured presenter in person and online at the 2013 Educause National Conference, Oct. 17 in Anaheim, Calif. His topic was “Using Prescriptive Analytics to Reduce Course Dropout.” Bukralia offered his audience a roadmap for creating a prescriptive, analytics-based system to […]

Bukralia speaks at national conference on prescriptive analytics, retention

Rajeev Bukralia, the University’s chief information officer and associate provost for information services, was a featured presenter in person and online at the 2013 Educause National Conference, Oct. 17 in Anaheim, Calif. His topic was “Using Prescriptive Analytics to Reduce Course Dropout.” Bukralia offered his audience a roadmap for creating a prescriptive, analytics-based system to […]

Goldman appointed interim web manager

The Information Services division has announced the appointment of Josh Goldman as the interim Web Manager. In addition to his current position as the User Support Manager, Josh will direct Web Services and its staff. In this new capacity, Josh will immediately begin work to fill a vacant web developer position to accomplish web projects including […]

In the news and in case you missed it: McCollum, Bukralia hires

The Press-Gazette on Tuesday ran a brief on one of UW-Green Bay’s newest hires, soon-to-be assistant vice chancellor for academic administration Daniel McCollum. As we told you yesterday, McCollum is one of two recent administrative hires. Rajeev Bukralia will begin his new duties as associate provost for information services Aug. 6. McCollum, who starts June […]