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The active alerts on campus are as follows:

Sunday morning (6/16/13), beginning at 4:00 AM and lasting until 12:00 noon, University Information Systems (UIS) Denver, will be performing maintenance on the ISIS (student information) system.  This outage is necessary to make improvements to the Campus Solutions system to meet regulatory requirements, provide additional features, and to enhance system stability.

 

The components of ISIS such as Campus Solutions, eRA, DARS, the Admissions Application, CRM, Peoplesoft HRMS and Finance will be unavailable during the maintenance.

 

Please contact the Help Desk immediately if you are unable to login to any of these related ISIS components after 12:00 noon, or if you find that you have any questions or concerns.

Several phishing emails have been spreading across campus.  The subjects and requests range but some of the common trends are:

  • Requests to click on a link to verify your UCCS Username and Password
  • Your mailbox is over quota and asks to click on a link to increase the space
  • You need to revalidate your email.

These are phishing attempts and criminals are trying to gain access to your username and password.

 

If you received this email please disregard it and delete it.  If you have clicked on any link within the emails please go to https://accounts.uccs.edu and change your password immediately, or contact us for assistance.

This Thursday, June 6, 2013 from 5:30 pm to Midnight we will be performing maintenance on several systems used campus wide.  If you use any of these systems please be sure to save all of your work prior to 5:30 pm.  The following systems will be going offline beginning at 5:30 pm:

  • Department Shares on Columbia will be unavailable.  If you need access to any documents or files stored on Columbia please be sure to retrieve a copy of them before 5:30 pm
  • Faculty and Staff Z: drives on Enterprise will be unavailable.  If you have files stored on your Z: drive and need access after 5:30 pm please be sure to copy those files to your local computer.
  • Student Z: drives on Excelsior will be unavailable.  If you have files stored on your Z: drive and need access after 5:30 pm please be sure to copy those files to your local computer. 
  • e2campus Emergency Notification system – Registrations and account changes only.  The UCCS community will still receive text messages in the event of an emergency.
  • All SSL websites with forms – any UCCS website beginning with https will be impacted.
  • Institutional Researchhttps://irsurvey.uccs.edu/
  • UCCS on iTunes U log in
  • Online payment system for UCCS parking tickets
  • Pawprints – Users will be able to print, but they will not be able to add money to their account.
  • Academic ethics code violation reporting site
  • Scholarly Report Database
  • Campus Email List Serve will be unavailable.  This includes all the faculty and staff announcements webpage and all email addresses ending in @lists.uccs.edu
  • Ingeniux will be unavailable.  This includes the ability to modify existing web pages or add new web pages.  This does not impact the main www.uccs.edu website.

Thank you for your patience as we work to improve IT Services over the break.

We have received multiple reports of an increase in spam and junk email in inboxes last night between 9:00 pm and 12:00 am.

 

During last night’s maintenance of the campus Spam Filter, it was offline for a brief period of time and it allowed these messages to be delivered.  These messages should be deleted, and we strongly recommend you do not open any of these emails, especially if you do not know the sender.

 

Every day the Spam Filter blocks an average of over 475,000 emails from ever being delivered to inboxes, when it is down for even a short period of time it has a major impact on everyone’s email.  We apologize for the increase in spam during last night’s maintenance.

 

The campus spam filter will be partially down for maintenance from 6:30 PM to 11:00 PM today (6/5/2013).

 

The system will continue to provide spam and virus protection during the entire time.  However, you will not be able to release, report, or manage email in your quarantine.

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