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Key Projects

2022 Fiber Projects

ITS continues to install high-speed fiber connections throughout campus, making our networks faster and more reliable. Projects underway include: Curtis Media Center: This new run…
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Canvas Fall 2022

UPDATE (June 17, 2022) After successful pilots during the Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 semesters, we will continue with the Canvas rollout. In Fall 2022,…
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Dimensionalisation of Warehouse Data

This project will develop the Enterprise Data Warehouse’s most-used data sets in a more efficient type of schema called a “star schema” data model. The…
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New and Enhanced Phone Services

The University’s phone service is moving from Verizon to AT&T. When the University’s contract ends in 2023, Verizon is discontinuing the service we use. We…
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Onyen Deprovisioning in midPoint

The ITS Identity Management team receives frequent requests from groups around campus for centralized and automated provisioning and de-provisioning of user accounts. User provisioning and…
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UNC Budget Tool

The purpose of the project is to put a third-party solution in place to allow UNC-Chapel Hill to do capital budgeting, the annual budgeting cycle…
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Project News

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ITS completes largest phone port to date

In its multi-year project to migrate the University’s phone service to AT&T from Verizon, ITS completed its sixth and largest port on September 9. In this batch, the ITS project team migrated 5,828 phones across 55 buildings and 14 divisions.  The move included phones in the School of Medicine, School of Pharmacy, UNC System Office and the Chancellor’s Residence, among others.  Majority of campus phones now migrated  This port was milestone for the migration project. ITS has now successfully migrated nearly 14,000 phones, meaning there are now 3,000 or fewer working numbers remaining to port. In just the past 18 ... Read More about ITS completes largest phone port to date