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ramsites.net Web Server Migration (5/19/17) »

VCU Web Services will be migrating ramsites.net websites to a new web server on May 19, 2017, from 9 AM-11 AM.  No downtime of websites is anticipated. Editing capabilities during this time, will not be available.  Following the migration, ramsites.net will be merged with people.vcu.edu. All ramsites.net websites will redirect to people.vcu.edu. . . .

Network Maintenance Scheduled For Sunday (4/23/17) »

VCU Technology Services has network maintenance scheduled for April 23, 2017, from 6 am through 8 am. All servers in the Harris Hall Data Center will be affected during this time. Intermittent network outages may occur during this maintenance window. Please contact the IT Support Center (828-2227, itsc@vcu.edu) with any questions. . . .

Banner Upgrade Scheduled For Friday (4/21/17) »

Banner Forms and eServices (Self Service Banner) will be unavailable from 6 pm to approximately 9 pm, Friday, April 21 while upgrades are applied to the Banner application and database. Thank you for your patience during these upgrades. Please contact the IT Support Center (828-2227, itsc@vcu.edu) with any questions. . . .

Blackboard Upgrade Scheduled For May 16th (5/16/17) »

For ongoing updates concerning this upgrade, please visit this post on the Learning Systems Announcements blog. The VCU Blackboard system will be unavailable beginning at 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday, May 16, 2017, while it is upgraded to a newer version. Begin Time: Tuesday, May 16th, 2017, 8:00 p.m. (EST) End Time: Wednesday, May 17th, 2017, 8: . . .

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