Enterprise Services is a unit of IT Infrastructure, Information Services, providing Unix, Linux, Windows Server and OSX Server based infrastructure to the University as well as storage and backup services and a range of other services running on these platforms.
The Enterprise Services Section in Information Services provides a range of technical services to the University hosted on Windows Server, OS X, Unix and Linux systems. We also provide storage services hosted on our Storage Area Networks.
This is the section's set of projects delivering benefits to users of technology and services through transformation, growth and ongoing maintenance projects. As a whole, the projects are related by their shared resource, overall budget and broad alignment to strategic objectives so is more a sub-portfolio with the overall ITI portfolio than a formal programme of projects related to a common outcome in benefits or capability.
Programme Owner and Section Manager : Graeme Wood Programme Manager : Gail Devaney
- Windows Services - Murray Dippie
- Unix Platforms - Martin Campbell
- Unix Services - Kenny MacDonald
|ENT042||Authorisation improvements including AD review||BLUE||September 2020||Gail Devaney||Closed||Close|
|ENT201||Server hosting improvements||GREEN||May 2021||Morna Findlay||In Progress||Execute|
|ENT204||Windows Server 2019 Migration||RED||May 2021||Morna Findlay||In Progress||Execute|
|ENT205||Logging, Monitoring, Metrics and Alerting - improvements and gap analysis||BLUE||January 2021||Morna Findlay||Closed||Close|
|ENT208||System Emails & Staffmail Decommissioning||AMBER||May 2021||Morna Findlay||In Progress||Execute|
|ENT211||Datacentre IoT monitoring||BLUE||November 2020||Graeme Wood||Closed||Close|
|ENT212||Azure Conditional Access and Multi-Factor Authentication for Microsoft 365||AMBER||May 2021||Morna Findlay||In Progress||Execute|
|ENT301||Enterprise Infrastructure Procurement||GREEN||May 2021||Maurice Franceschi||In Progress||Plan|
|ENT401||Enterprise Infrastructure Migrations||Maurice Franceschi||Not Started||Initiate|