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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES

Client Communications and Meetings

New Trash Retention Policy on Stanford Email

Description: IT Services will be implementing a new Email trash retention policy on Thursday 10/22. Read full content.

Distribution:

  • 10/19/09: Emailed to Sundial users

Sundial Access Rights

Description: Sundial access rights will freeze next Wednesday, June 24, 2009. Read full content.

Distribution:

  • 6/18/09: Emailed to Sundial users

Training Schedule Updated

Description: Do you manage calendars for others? Resource calendars? Large events? If so, a new class has been added that's just for you. Read full content.

Distribution:

  • 6/16/09: Emailed to Sundial users

Sundial Data After Migration to Stanford Calendar

Description: When your Sundial data migrates to the Stanford Calendar, it is added to any existing data already in Stanford Calendar. You will not lose any appointments created in Stanford Calendar. Read full content.

Distribution:

  • 6/9/09: Emailed to Sundial users

Sundial Access After Migration

Description: After the transition from Sundial to Stanford Calendar, Sundial will remain accessible until September 30, 2009. Read full content.

Distribution:

  • 6/2/09: Emailed to Sundial users

Review Your Sundial Access Rights

Description: Access rights are one of the items being converted from Sundial to Stanford Calendar. Read full content.

Distribution:

  • 5/13/09: Emailed to Sundial users

Sundial to Stanford Calendar Training Dates

Description: We have scheduled new training opportunities. Read full content.

Distribution:

  • 5/1/09: Emailed to Sundial users

Initial Announcement of Dates and Plans

Description: The migration from Sundial to Stanford Calendar is scheduled for the Independence Day weekend in July. Read full content.

Distribution:

  • 4/3/09: Emailed to Sundial users

Calendar migration scheduled for Independence Day

Description: The migration from Sundial to Stanford Calendar is scheduled for the first weekend in July. Read full content.

Distribution:

  • 3/27/09: Emailed to Campus Partners

Email Migration to Zimbra is complete

Description: Campus-wide switch to new e-mail, calendar service completed. Read full content.

Distribution:

  • 11/26/08: Emailed to Campus Partners

Email/Calendar Status

Description: An update on the status of the Integrated Email and Calendar project. Read full content.

Distribution:

  • 09/18/08: Emailed to Campus Partners

General Announcement

Description: This is the general press release regarding product choice, project timeline, and other project plans. Read full content.

Distribution:

  • 06/18/08: Emailed to Campus Partners
  • 06/20/08: Emailed to Stanford Report

Integrated Email and Calendar Project Management Transtion

Description: This important note is to inform you of a change that IT Services is making to the project manager for the Integrated Email and Calendar (IE&C) project. Read full content.

Distribution:

  • 2/12/08: Emailed to IT Services Directors and Managers
  • 2/13/08: Emailed to CampusIT and Key Stakeholders

Microsoft makes unsolicited bid to acquire Yahoo!

Description: You may have read or heard about Microsoft's unsolicited proposal to purchase Yahoo! and wondered how it might affect Stanford's plans to install the Yahoo!-owned Zimbra Collaboration Suite as the University's enterprise-wide email and calendar tool. Read full content.

Distribution:

  • 2/5/08: Emailed to CampusIT and Key Stakeholders
  • 2/6/08: Its In Bits article

New Stanford Email and Calendar Services Will Offer Greater Integration

Description: This email is intended to introduce the "implementation" phase of the project to "discovery" phase participants and to the general campus community. Where appropriate, this content was prefaced by a note thanking the recipients for their participation in the discovery phase. Read full content.

Distribution:

  • 1/15/08: Emailed to clients who participated in Discovery Phase Selection Team, Discovery Phase testers, Key Stakeholders, and  (90 individuals)
  • 1/18/08: Expert Partners
  • 1/23/08: Speaking of Computers newsletter
  • 1/23/08: Emailed to CampusIT

Key Stakeholder Meetings

Description: Project staff, accompanied by account managers and client liaisons, have already begun meeting with IT staff in schools and departments that participated in the discovery phase of the project. These meetings allow IT Services to keep staff informed of progress and to maintain a partnership that IT Services can leverage to better ensure acceptance and successful deployment of the new tools.

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