Some things age into classics: A ’63 Corvette. A stately Victorian home. A Chateau Lafite.
Other things definitely don’t—like IT infrastructure.
In two zoom sessions this fall, the University of Maryland will provide an overview of its Elevate Project to upgrade computing systems used for everything from registering for classes to tracking university finances and filling out timesheets.
Over the coming years, the project will transition the university from older mainframe systems—many of which were designed more than 20 years ago—to a modern cloud-based solution.
The meetings will lay out the timeline for development and implementation while giving attendees an opportunity to share concerns and ask questions, as well as learn how to contribute to the development of transition and training plans.
Advance registration with a UMD email is required to attend the two sessions:
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