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IT Alerts

2019

  

Scheduled UMB Network Outage: March 16 and 17, 2019

There will be intermittent network outages between 5:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday, March 16th and 17th while CITS performs core network switch upgrades. The upgrade will affect SOM reources connected to the Campus network, including logon to applications and Internet access.  The outage will be intermittent and should only last for a few seconds at a time throughout the one hour period on both days.

 

Notice to all Portal and eUMB Users:  Scheduled UMB Network Outage March 2nd, 2019

The myUMB Portal application will be unavailable from 7am - 1pm, and HRMS, Financials, and Raven applications will be unavailable from 7am-3pm on Saturday, March 2nd in order to accomodate system maintenance.

 

2018

SOMFiles Scheduled Outage - April 6th, 11:00 PM

The School of Medicine Office of Information Services will be upgrading SOMFiles on April 6, 2018 starting at 11:00pm.  The outage is expected to last for 6 hours.  SOMFiles is the enterprise storage solution used by faculty and staff.  If you store your files on the “Personal (U:)” or “your department name (V:)”  drives, you utilize SOMFiles.  The benefits derived from this upgrade include more storage capability, increased performance and reliability, and enhanced security.. 

During this outage, there will be no access to the files or data on SOMFiles.  It is advised that you save then close any files you are working on prior to the outage.  After the maintenance period, if you don’t see your mapped drives or don’t have access to your data, please reboot your machine to reconnect to SOMFiles. 

Please contact the SOM IS Helpdesk at help@som.umaryland.edu with any questions or concerns you have about this upgrade prior to the maintenance period.

 

2017

Scheduled VPN Upgrade, Tuesday, June 13th at around 4pm,

SOM IT staff will update the Cisco AnyConnect VPN client for automatic download/install upon connecting to SOM VPN.  No downtime is expected, however users will notice a longer connection time as the client will need to download and install to complete the VPN connection.  Any VPN connections already established, should not lose connectivity, however upon reconnection later, will need to go thru the step of installing the newest client.  This is in response to a recently reported vulnerability in the current AnyConnect client.