The goal of the Computing Resources Unit is to provide the best possible customer service, application development, and technology infrastructure to support the business needs of the Dean’s Office and the College of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences and its departments.
CAES has deployed fifty classrooms and conference spaces with facilities for hybrid learning and remote collaboration. Each room is equipped with a DTEN system consisting of two large touchscreens configured as part of an all-in-one Zoom Room solution with built-in microphones, cameras, and speakers able to cover the entire room as well as a feature-rich digital whiteboard.
Chart of Accounts picker: Finjector
Small web application to help users find their new Common chart of accounts.
Web application to manage access to the high performance computing clusters.
Field management system for tracking agricultural experiments throughout their lifecycles -- including quote approval workflows, expense reporting, and automated billing.