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Mission Statement

Information Technology Department supports the vision and mission of The California Maritime Academy through the application and integration of technology across the curriculum and business processes.  IT provides secure, reliable and stable network and digital services to support the Academy's business practices, enterprise activities and its central work of learning, discovery and engagement.

IT Organization & Services
IT Website
IT@csum.edu

IT Organization

 

ADMINISTRATIVE COMPUTING

Jannette Corpus

Interim CIO

(707) 654-1725

 

Data Center

HelpDesk

Walter Abarca

Network Analyst

(707) 654-1706

Tom Morgan

Equipment Specialist

(707) 654-1045

Sam Phillips

System Admin

(707) 654-1047

Niko Davlantis

HelpDesk Support

(707) 654-1048

 

Web Services

Kris Edwards

 Webmaster

(707) 654-1724

PEOPLESOFT

Margo Axsom

PeopleSoft Analyst

707) 654-1721

Raj Duraisamy

Jerry Perez

Programmer Analyst

(707) 654-1727

ACADEMIC COMPUTING

Greg Crum

Coordinator of Instructional & Academic Technology

(707) 654-1046


Message from IT

The IT Team has been full speed ahead these past few months and I want to give you an update on our latest endeavors.  Due to budget constraints and limited resources, IT has been working on cost reduction strategies and improving business processes.

Upcoming Projects

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Ø  Track-IT!:  New IT Support Center ticket system

Ø  Computer Refresh:  Replacement of computers older than 4 years old

Ø  Microsoft 365: Exchange Online -> email to the cloud

Ø  VoIP:  Voice Over IP

Project Timelines

CSU Mandated Projects

Ø  HCM 9.0 Upgrade: Upgrade from PeopleSoft HCM (Human Capital Management) version 8.9 to version 9.0. Mandated by the CMS Executive Committee, the upgraded system will be faster, more stable and include new functionality for both students and faculty.  Go-live date: June 22, 2012

Ø  Early Start Program: Implemented in PeopleSoft to monitor incoming freshman who have not demonstrated proficiency in English and/or Math and is required to begin remediation at another participating CSU campus or community college. Phase III:  Go-live date: July 2012

Ø  CNI:  Common Network Infrastructure: The program provides for the refresh of each campus network infrastructure on a cyclical basis to ensure that the network infrastructure continues to keep pace with technology and meet the changing needs of CSU students, faculty and staff.

Scheduled go-live date: December 2012

Web Services

Ø  Mobile Application: Developing a mobile application that will allow users to use their smart devices linking them to the portal and campus resources.

Ø       Restructuring the Communities: restructuring the current communities and refining them to more granular details to assist in better data security, structures and member listings.  

Ø       Internal and External Content: with the new community development, we are making necessary adjustments to pages to ensure pertinent internal information for our intranet (portal) and external information for the internet is displayed.

Accomplishments

Ø  Maxient Conduct Program: extracted the Student Bio/Demo and class schedule data and converted

 the historical student conduct and watchstanding data for input into the Maxient database.

Ø  Point ‘N' Click: implemented the data, security (HIPAA), server and network infrastructure for the digital medical

records system for the Student Health Center and aboard the TSGB.

Ø  Electronic Services for Admitted Students: email accounts were created prior to matriculation to

acclimate new cadets to the campus community.

Ø  TSGB:  Replaced firewall switches and virtualized all servers aboard the ship.  

Ø  Atomic Learning: roll out of the online training database which is comprised of a comprehensive library of

complete video tutorials ranging in topics from, Microsoft Office, Photoshop, Creating an Online Class and

many more tools.