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AState Technology Showcase

Here we will publish stories and projects ITS has done around campus. If you have suggestions of any old or new projects that have greatly benefited Arkansas State University, contact Scott Wheat. 


ZOOM website customization

Project Title:     ZOOM website customization     

Constituent/Requesting Area:     Unknown
     
Launch Date:  Spring 2014

Purpose:
  • Give the site a ASTATE look and feel.
Technology: 
  • Zoom
  • CSS / HTML
IT Group(s):   Digital Media
   
IT Participant(s): Allen Ampueda & Scott Wheat

Other Participant(s): N/A

The ZOOM website can be found at this address: https://astatecall.zoom.us/signin

Keep on checking this site for more updates, and thanks for viewing.

Allen Ampueda

Information and Technology Services



FM Website Snapshot

Project Title:     FM Inventory Exchange     

Constituent/Requesting Area:     Facilities Management
     
Launch Date:  Summer 2014

Purpose:
  • Allow Faculty and Staff to browse and select from the FM inventory
  • Allows FM to better track the inventory        
  • Enables FM to move inventory that can't be used on campus to auction
Technology: 
  • CentOS server
  • Cpanel Webspace 
  • Wordpress with a responsive design theme
IT Group(s):   Digital Media and Facilities Management
   
IT Participant(s): Allen Ampueda & Scott Wheat

Other Participant(s): Nicholas Wallace, Jon Carvell and 

This site is a work in progress, but to have a look on the web use http://fminventoryexchange.astate.edu/,

This will only be available on campus.

Keep on checking this site for more updates, and thanks for viewing.

Allen Ampueda

Information and Technology Services


University Police Department's Video Wall

In 2004, the University Police Department took a leap into the world of technology. Chief James Chapman made the decision to better the squad’s ability to do their jobs by calling upon Information Technology Services.

This past September ITS partnered with the UPD to build a “Video Wall” inside the UPD headquarters.

The “video wall” consists of 6 TV’s stacked on top of each other along side a wall. The screens are wired to security cameras placed throughout campus, which project through the video wall.

The video wall has allowed university policemen to keep a close eye on multiple parts of campus in one area.