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2019 Server Upgrade

Currently, many of Engineering Technical Service’s servers are outdated. In the spirit of innovation, the team at Engineering Technical Services is working on upgrading all servers to 2019. Some of the servers and services that will be improved as a result include:...

Update LM Documentation

Because license managers are used regularly to provide proprietary software access to clients, it is important that they have proper documentation. To address this concern, the Engineering Technical Services team is:   Identifying missing information. Updating...

Software Center Web Pages

Engineering Technical Services uses SCCM, Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager, regularly for application retirement, deployment, and packaging. As a result, the ETS team is currently developing web content where users can get help with the following:  ...

SOD VLAN Migration

The Engineering Technical Services team is currently working on migrating current infrastructure servers in SOD (Server-on-Demand), a virtual machine environment, to engineering VLANs (Virtual Local Area Networks). Below are the servers that will be migrated in order:...

Slack Enterprise Engineering Workspace

Arizona State University has thousands of online engineering students. To facilitate classroom discussion for online courses, Engineering Technical Services has set up a server within Slack where online students can interact with each other. Slack is a team...

Drive Migration

The Engineering Technical Services team is currently working on the migration of shared files into Microsoft One Drive, a cloud storage service. This will allow for easier delegation of access management and implementation of management tools. This development will...