web.uillinois.edu provides a central location for multiple different University of Illinois web sites, including several projects and initiatives for the University of Illinois. Many of these sites are cross-unit or cross-campus initiatives that are collaborations among different groups. The web.uillinois.edu site provides a quick and efficient means of generating web sites for these types of projects.
Collaborative Web Systems provides information and comparisons of several different systems used at the University of Illinois for online collaboration and publishing. Systems include SitePublish, WebTools, SharePoint, WordPress, and Drupal.
SitePublish is a Content Management System used at the University of Illinois. It provides an easy-to-use interface for non-technical content managers, as well as features such as blogs, discussion forums, workspaces, forms, knowledge repositories, and more.
SharePoint is a tool for collaboration that helps groups of people (whether work teams or social groups) share information and work together.
The goal of the UI Identity and Access Management (IAM) project is to improve identity and access management at the University of Illinois which will in turn reduce operations costs, increase security and improve business agility.
Internet 2 has asked the University of Illinois to join a pilot program that provides online cloud services, Box.com. Box.com allows students, faculty and staff the mobility and space as well as the functionality to collaborate with fellow users by sharing content.
The Endpoint Management project will evaluate the relative functionality, usability, and cost effectiveness of two Endpoint Management solutions: IBM Big Fix and Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager.
The AITS Office of Data Automation team is available to assist with projects involving automation of manual business processes and integration of electronic documents. Enterprise services include Event Registration, Workflow, and Document Imaging through the use of tools including FormBuilder, Banner Workflow, and BDMS/Xtender.
AITS has developed a strategy to build long-lasting reliable applications as well as support campus initiatives as the campus mobile needs and strategies emerge.
Source Code Version Control systems maintain revision history as files change over time. It allows multiple users to work on the same text file simultaneously, merging changes automatically. Subversion stores information about and allows reversion to any previous state of any file in the repository.
The University of Illinois Community Source collaboration site is an environment that provides tools for developers to discover web services, get access to data through enterprise data objects, and work jointly with other developers on software development projects.
The University of Illinois is shifting to Web Intelligence (Webi) as its primary reporting tool; Desktop Intelligence (Deski) will no longer be available as the supported software to retrieve and analyze data from the Data Warehouse. As part of this upgrade, existing Desktop Intelligence users will need to convert reports to Web Intelligence.