ERP Vendor Links
April 27, 2010
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April 27, 2010
May 4, 2010
The University of Louisiana at Lafayette Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) project is more than a simple installation and implementation of new mission-critical systems and software for the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. The project will provide and facilitate the following:
How many times have you tried to do trainings with a group of people huddled around a couple of computers? Wouldn't it be nice if you had an entire computer lab available with presentation equipment dedicated to hosting trainings? Maybe something like this?
New or upgraded operating systems or software purchases can be obtained through University Computer Support Services. Software purchases which do not fall into any of the categories below must be made via requisition with approval from the Information Technology CIO.
Please review the items below before contacting our office.
During the Fall 2010 STEP cycle, the STEP Council voted to fund two major projects that will have a significant impact on the University's network and the institution's ability to expand voice, data, and video services to the campus community.
A mechanism has been put in place for the maintenance and support of the student funded technologies on campus. On April 15, 2010, the STEP Council approved a STEP Sustainability Plan designed to ensure that laboratories, smart classrooms, and infrastructure funded by STEP can be maintained and continue to provide satisfactory service to students. The Plan allocates one third (33%) of STEP revenues to a fund for the following six primary purposes:
NOTE: The following documents are currently offline. We are updating the information to reflect changes in our Email service to Office365.
Up to date Office365 Email information can be found HERE
The following documents describe how to set your Mac Mail and Entourage 2008 mail programs to read your University email.
The Mac mail and Entourage clients do not read/write your calendar information. You must set the CalDAV as a separate process.
Networking Services maintains a wired network to provide connection to the internet from campus.
Wired connections require a device equipped with a network interface card (NIC) configured for DHCP, or documented static configuration and a CAT 5e or CAT 6 RJ-45 unshielded twisted pair (UTP) patch cable, and registration on the network.
The Outlook on the Web is the web-based application used to view your University email on any internet browser.
You expect the best from your students, and you need access to tools that will contribute to their success. The IT Help Desk is here to support the technology you need to excel at educating our students.