All services are functioning normally at this time.
The MyWord Portal and Blackboard login are currently not functioning properly when logging in from non UIW locations. This issue will be worked overnight but may not return to normal until Monday AM on 18 Sep. No other services are affected. Users can still directly login to Office365 at:
All users can login to MyWord portal at this time.
The infographic below offers insight on the university’s systems to defend against e-mail spam and a few small steps users can take when faced with this nuisance.
The network team must perform a time sensitive upgrade to the Cisco phone system Friday the 8th of September from 10:00-10:30 PM. During this time phones in the Student Engagement Center and the School of Osteopathic Medicine will not be able to make or receive calls to non-UIW numbers. Calls to UIW numbers will still work. No other impacts to technology services are expected.
Previous issues at the SEC and SOM that prevented users from making and receiving external calls has been resolved.
Phone service in the Student Engagement Center (SEC) and School of Osteopathic Medicine (SOM) is suffering from service disruptions. Users in these locations can not make or receive calls at this time.
Technicians are working on restoring the service.
UIW is starting the 2017-18 school year with a shiny new internet connection. We recently finished upgrading to a “10 Gigabyte per second” circuit. This is a 10 fold increase in capacity and will help ensure everyone is able to access any network resources they need without issue today and well into the future.
Did you know the entire Library of Congress equals 10 Terabytes of information? With UIW’s new incredibly fast internet you could theoretically download all that information in a little over two hours! When I was in college my 56k modem would have taken 48 years to do the same thing. We have come long way (it wasn’t even THAT long ago).
For all the non-techies the picture below may look pretty boring, but it represents a lot of hours of work over the summer. All well worth it in the end.
From approximately 5:45 – 6:05, Monday August 21st, BannerWeb experienced a disruption of service. This issue has been resolved. No other services were affected.