2016 Annual Summer IT Maintenance

Each year University IT Services schedules major systems upgrades and maintenance in early August. Most systems downtime is scheduled between the end of the summer session at the main campus and the start of orientation at the Law School. University IT Services is planning this summer’s maintenance for the following times:

Monday, August 15, 12:01 Midnight – Friday, August 19, 5:00 PM

This week is designated for IT maintenance. During this time most systems will be up most of the time. Moreover, IT Services will attempt to alert the University community when systems will be down. Please be aware, however, that IT services may be interrupted during this period with little or no advance warning.

The following detailed schedule outlines when certain systems may be inaccessible:

Monday, August 15:

  • The data center’s network infrastructure will be upgraded throughout the maintenance week and the community may experience intermittent access to ancillary systems such as fsaAtlas, Kronos, and Extender.

Tuesday, August 16:

  • The data center’s network infrastructure will be upgraded throughout the maintenance week and the community may experience intermittent access to ancillary systems such as fsaAtlas, Kronos, and Extender.
  • Voicemail Maintenance – 5:00 pm – 5:30 pm

Wednesday, August 17

  • The data center’s network infrastructure will be upgraded throughout the maintenance week and the community may experience intermittent access to ancillary systems such as fsaAtlas, Kronos, and Extender.
  • Voicemail Maintenance – 5:00 pm – 5:30 pm

Thursday, August 18

  • The data center’s network infrastructure will be upgraded throughout the maintenance week and the community may experience intermittent access to ancillary systems such as fsaAtlas, Kronos, and Extender.

Friday, August 19

  • The data center’s network infrastructure will be upgraded throughout the maintenance week and the community may experience intermittent access to ancillary systems such as fsaAtlas, Kronos, and Extender.