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UW-Madisons IT Metamorphosis

MADISON, WI - Imagine taking the whole UW-Madison campus and transporting it to the moon. Thats just about the Herculean task faced back in 1995 when university officials began looking at replacing their IT systems with ones that were Y2K compliant. A recent article in Syllabus magazine, a monthly focusing on high tech in higher ......

Full article >>> owever, there were many kinks. We were the first school of any size to implement this, said Ilene Seltzer, project manager. The first few months were very rocky.

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We replaced everything the faculty use on a day-to-day basis, Scott said. How they get class rosters, everything. At base, ......

Full article >>> roup got tremendous help from the campus Division of Information Technology (DoIT). DoIT was with us all the way through, he said.

As a result of the system, processing undergraduate admissions applications has gotten much easier, though the volume of applications continues to increase. Financial aid processing has never been easier and s......

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6 CPU's, 750MHz
16 GB memory (can be expanded to 32 GB)

Application Server (one)
IBM p660-6H1 running AIX
6 CPUs, 750MHz
16 GB memory (can be expanded to 32 GB)

Web Servers (four)
Dell PowerEdge 2550s running Windows 2000
2 CPUs, 1.4GHz
2 GB memory


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Source:wistechnology.com By Jennifer Braico 09/08/03


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