Archive for July 2017

Dropbox@CI migration updates

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Migration of personal H drives to the new Dropbox@CI service continues. The deadline to migrate personal H: drive content to Dropbox is August 30, 2017.

The Division of Technology & Innovation has sent 895 Dropbox@CI invitations thus far to fCI employees, and we’ve completed migrating 544 faculty and staff personal H drives. Please visit Dropbox@CI web site to review the roll-out schedule, and contact the IT consultant for your area for more details.

Due to popular demand, we've also added drop-in support sessions and additional training sessions for Dropbox. 

Drop-in Dropbox support: Stop by the FIT Studio in Solano Hall 1201 on any of these dates to get help with Dropbox@CI and your H: drive migration. Technology & Innovation IT consultants will be on hand to answer your questions and help you with any issues you may be experiencing. 

  • 7/24/2017, 1-2PM, FIT Studio
  • 7/26/2017, 1-2PM, FIT Studio
  • 8/1/2017, 1-2PM, FIT Studio
  • 8/3/2017, 10-11AM, FIT Studio
  • 8/8/2017, 10-11AM, FIT Studio
  • 810/2017, 10-11AM, FIT Studio

Dropbox Training workshops: Additional Dropbox training workshops with expert Dropbox trainers will be offered on 8/1 and 8/22 from 300-430PM. Please register for the workshops at

Please contact Asha Ramanchandra at with any questions. 

Exchange email migration begins Monday 8/7/2017

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As was previously announced, is moving of our campus-based Exchange email infrastructure to Exchange Online, in Microsoft's Azure cloud.

This migration is part of T&I's ongoing commitment to providing rock-solid, reliable and sustainable technology infrastructure for the campus. Moving to Exchange Online is a critical step in making sure that our employee email system continues to be available anytime and anywhere, even in the event of a campus emergency.

With Exchange Online, employees can continue to use Outlook on their desktop and connect to their CSUCI email from their web browser and smartphone. Exchange Online also provides larger mailbox storage, improved security, and a new user-friendly, web-based email interface.

To date, T&I has successfully migrated several groups of test users with very few issues. Migration of the bulk of faculty, staff and student assistant email accounts is scheduled to begin on Monday, August 7, 2017 at 7 p.m., and will occur in batches over the course of five business days. During the migration, T&I support technicians will be available to help answer questions and resolve issues.

Further details on the migration, including timeline, latest news, batch migration groupings, and other details will be available on the Migration to Exchange Online and Microsoft Azure web page.

We appreciate your patience and support as we complete this important migration. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact project manager Asha Ramachandra, or Director of IT Strategy Peter Mosinskis at