The below links to operational metric dashboards have been created by various units within The Division of Information Technology. These dashboards provide quick visualizations for a variety of IT related information.
Description: The Division of Information Technology adheres to strict change management policies and we pride ourselves in our change management, communication, and approval procedures. This dashboard displays the total number of year-to-date release requests and the average time taken to approve those requests in the system.
Description: System and application up-time is crucial for the division and the university. University business demands reliable system availability. This dashboard displays the service availability for core infrastructure items such as shibboleth authentication, storage servers, virtual machines, and SAP.
Description: Zoom has become a staple application at the university. This report depicts the number of Zoom meetings held monthly alongside the number of active users.
Description: Displays the volume of IT support calls ITAC received per year, sorted by month, and divided by the ticket source (phone call, email, chat, etc.)
Description: Displays the breakdown of call categories and subcategories such as Canvas, Network, Office 365, etc.
Description: Displays the average customer satisfaction scores received by month.
Description: More than seventy .NET web applications have been developed to provide services for the university. This dashboard displays the number of authentications into each .NET application based on the person’s TXST primary affiliation (Student, Applicant, Faculty, Staff, etc.). The dashboard can be filtered by specific years or months to view seasonal differences in utilization.
Description: Early in 2021, all university websites were given approval to begin planning and transitioning their websites into the new, mobile-friendly Calico template. This report is to help depict the progress of the academic departments as they transition.
Description: Bobcat Digital Signs, the digital sign solution for the university, is quickly becoming a sought-after service on campus. The usage, roll-out, display location, and display installation status can all be tracked using this dashboard.