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IT Service Catalogue enters Phase Two

last modified Mar 14, 2016 03:00 PM
In late 2014 Cambridge University Information Services (UIS) embarked on a project to introduce a University Information Services Catalogue. Phase One saw the Catalogue go-live in the School of Arts & Humanities. The project team has now moved to Phase Two and are rolling the catalogue out to the University's Unified Administrative Services (UAS).

In late 2014 Cambridge University Information Services (UIS) embarked on a project to introduce a University Information Services Catalogue, which is intended to be made available to all members and staff of the University.

Phase One saw the Service Catalogue go-live in the School of Arts & Humanities. The project team has now moved to Phase Two and are rolling the catalogue out to the University's Unified Administrative Services (UAS).

During Phase One, a number of technical enhancements were identified. These were split into three categories – 'must have', 'should have' and 'could have'. In Phase Two of the project, subject to a technical re-evaluation, all the 'must haves' from Phase One will be delivered, along with as many as possible of the 'should haves' and 'could haves'.

In addition, any other requirements raised during the Phase Two process will also be addressed.

These enhancements will be rolled out in stages from now to the end of summer 2016. As each release is ready to be rolled out, a news item detailing contents of the release will appear on the front page of the project website.

For further details on the Service Catalogue phase 2 deliverables, please visit the Service Catalogue project website.

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