Current Projects

Renovation and opening of the new West Campus Data Center.

Replace the locally developed TAMIAM applications with the One Identity Manager.

A campus-wide project to implement NetID Two-Factor Authentication.
Seeking to align all IT outcomes at Texas A&M University.
Advancing networking technology on one of the largest physical campuses in the nation.

Replace the locally developed TAMIAM applications with the One Identity Manager.

In alignment with TAMUS Regulation 29.01.03, rev 2/5/2018, develop a migration plan for consolidation of significant IT equipment.

Develop a disaster recovery response plan for the Division of IT that complies with the State of Texas security controls.

Analyze the Service Catalog-related sites and develop improvement requirements.

Consolidation of Texas A&M Health Science Center Microsoft Exchange email with Texas A&M University Exchange instance.

Completed Projects

Perpetual project to upgrade campus Wi-Fi.

Construct a redundant fiber optic path to increase network redundancy.

Replace the current firewall with a connected, centrally manageable network of next-generation firewalls and intrusion protection devices.

Implement a single hosted Exchange email service for faculty and staff.

Implement cloud-based Google Apps for students, retirees and interested faculty.

Implementation of the mobile version of the Howdy web portal.

Replace the current Network Information Manager (NIM) system.

Upgrade the campus network to accommodate growing usage and increase security.

Renovation of the Help Desk Central area of the Teague building.

An enterprise IT service management solution.

Implementation of SPECTRIM/Archer, an IT Risk Assessment tool.

Obtain feedback from faculty, staff and students to assess the quality of technology services.

Support the university's transition to mobile websites.

Construct a fiber optic network to provide high-speed broadband access to all of the A&M System.

Plan the annual technology conference for System professionals to learn, exchange ideas and network.

Development of a University-Wide Information Technology Governance Framework.

Replace legacy phone systems with VoIP.