Enterprise Servers (ES) and Networks (EN)

Enterprise Networks (EN) provides for the development, implementation, and management of the campus-wide data and voice communication systems.

  • Network Support provides logical data network support for the campus backbone and building networks. This includes the support for Gigabit Ethernet network systems, modem access systems, and Internet services to meet campus academic and administrative needs.

    The support team consists of Phil Stott (PStott@uno.edu) and John Bonnee (JABonne1@uno.edu); who are located in Room CC 106-G Computer Center, Building #11, on the UNO Lakefront Campus.

  • Network Communications provides physical support for both the campus data and voice network infrastructures. This includes all optical and metallic communications cabling systems, campus-wide to the wall-plate, and the support for the installation and maintenance of all data network electronics. Managed by Bill Sheffield (Bill.Sheffield@uno.edu), the Network Communications Services group is located in Room 2048 of the Science Building of the UNO Lakefront Campus.

Identity Management Team is managed by Pierre Minnis (pminnis@uno.edu) who is located in Room 104C of the Computer Center, Building #11, on the UNO Lakefront Campus. This team is responsible for the installation and support of Active Directory, LDAP, Federation Services, RADIUS, Provisioning/De-provisioning of user accounts and email settings, Identity Synchronization, Physical Access Security Systems, Video Surveillance, and Campus DNS.

Data Center Applications Team is managed by Billy Martinez (wbmarti1@uno.edu) who is located in Room 100 of the Computer Center, Building #11, on the UNO Lakefront Campus. This team is responsible for the installation and support of the following systems: Enterprise and departmental servers running end-user applications and licenses (except PeopleSoft), virtual server and SharePoint infrastructure, Microsoft Exchange services, SQL Server Administration, IIS & DotNetNuke web services, campus-wide VOIP phone system, support and security for campus-wide file services, backup and restore of file and server data and the entire Data Center infrastructure and environment.