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Volume 5 Issue 1

April 2011



Welcome Communications Changes for Students

New email, calendar, collaboration applications, and other features will be offered to students.... More...

Electronic Timesheets--New Users, New Features

Following the successful implementation of the new Electronic Timesheet System (ETS) for exempt employees about a year ago, a parallel system created for Non-Exempt and Hourly Employees has recently gone live....
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Electronic Travel Request and Expense Forms Coming to UMB

In conjunction with the Financial Systems Group and Financial Services, CITS is working to develop online, workflow-enabled electronic Travel Request and Travel Expense forms.  These forms will be the latest offerings in an expanding collection of online self-service tools.... More...

300 West Lexington Street Computing Facility Is Open

CITS continues to build out the new UMB computing facility at 300 West Lexington Street, which is only a short distance from the campus... More...

Faculty Demand for Backup Storage of Research Data Is Being Met

With the acquisition of the shared campus computing facility at 300 W. Lexington St., the Center for Information Technology Services (CITS) will offer much needed backup data-storage resources for faculty engaged in research.... More...

Computer Network Upgrade Underway

The Center for Information Technology Services (CITS) has begun an upgrade of computer network equipment that will dramatically increase the speed and capacity of the campus network.... More...

One-Stop Shopping for Courses and Textbooks

At the request of Auxiliary Services, CITS has implemented the Barnes and Noble Registration Integration System into SURFS.... More...

HRS Website New and Improved

The CITS Web group and the technical staff of the HRS Department spent the past few months working together to update and improve the Human Resource Services website  The new site was launched on March 11, 2011.... More...


Last updated on April 15, 2011