Email access is sporadic at this time. Google is currently working on the issue.
Services are unavailable this morning, IT staff are working on resolving this issue. Until resolved, password resets can not be completed.
This affects Titan Mail, not Titan Apps. The use of Titan Mail was discontinued before the start of the current semester.
Maintenance was compeleted for both Dempsey Hall 2nd floor and Halsey floors 3rd to 6th yesterday evening after regular business hours.
U Drive Availability was interrupted about 1 this afternoon.
At this time Academic Computing is not planning to do a campus-wide release of Windows 8, but are planning on releasing Mountain Lion (10.8) to the rest of campus at the beginning of November.
Google's release calendar has it scheduled to roll out Nov 13.
Plone servers will be restarted in the morning to apply a patch.
Titan Web login page reporting that the application server is down.
D2L was down this morning from 8:48 AM to 9:25 AM.
Titan Web and Titan Admin will be down for maintenance this Saturday (9/29) from 2am until 10pm.
There will be a Time Warner Cable System outage September 18th at noon.
Users reported message stating that Google Drive was disabled by the Domain Administrator.
Madison DoIT Help Desk has reported state wide issues with performance (white screens and slow openning screen).
Additional days and extended hours will be offered during the Labor Day weekend and the first week of the Fall semester.
Over the next two weeks we will be switching Plone site logins to NetID (see http://www.uwosh.edu/acs/services/account-services/netid-account).
Starting today, August 14th, a new wireless network will be available on the UW Oshkosh campus. This new wireless network is 'Titan WiFi' and 'Titan WiFi Guest'.
Starting at 6pm on Friday August 3rd, MIO will shutting down all services. We plan to have the migration done by 5pm on Saturday August 4th.
Maintenance will begin on 7/20/12 at 4:45 and should be completed by 5:15pm.
D2L will be down from 9:00 PM - 9:30 PM on Friday, July 13th. The UW System D2L Utility will be working with external vendors to investigate the cause of a partial infrastructure failure that occurred last weekend