IT Projects

The table below is a list of our projects, which are typically a subset of our annual goals and initiatives. For more information, please contact our CIS Project Manager, Veronica Morganhart at veronica@hmc.edu

Project Title
Project Description
Standardizing Digital SignagePerform updates for sign player hardware and software on digital signs across campus.
Footprints 12Upgrade the software that we use for managing Help Desk tickets, which is called Footprints.
Distribution of updated anti-virus softwareProvide and support cloud-based Trend Micro anti-virus solution.
Upgrade Computational Chemistry LabConfigure and replace hardware based on the software needs of Prof Cave’s computational chemistry lab.
Alice and Charlie Decommission ProjectRelocate data storage from on premise Windows File Storage Servers (Alice and Charlie) to cloud storage.
Math InitiativePartner with the Mathematics Department to redesign computing services for the Department. The goal is to have CIS support general IT services, allowing the Math Department IT Analyst to focus on initiatives and issues that are specific to Math.
Update of Security ServicesImplement security related services provided by Trustwave which includes vulnerability scanning, penetration testing, cybersecurity incident response, and proactive threat detection monitoring with access to sensitive data.
JupyterHub server on KeplerSet up and support a server for JupyterHub, Julia, and Jupyter Notebooks which will be used for a Computational Physics course.
Raiser's Edge NXTAct as a technical resource for the new software OCA is implementing.
McGregorAssist with the construction of the McGregor building.
Workday StudentAssist with the implementation of a new Student Information System: Workday Student (see http://projects.claremont.edu/sis/)
Identity and Access Management deploymentThe Claremont Colleges future Identity and Access Management system will provide all members of The Claremont Colleges community with a single set of credentials that facilitates easy and secure access to those electronic and physical resources which they are permitted to use. CIS is working with the other colleges and TCCS on this project.