IT will be performing network maintenance at the following times:
- 12/28/2016 – 10 p.m. to 11:59 p.m.
- 12/29/2016 – 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Also, a planned power outage will take place at the following time:
- 12/30/2016 – 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
During the times listed above all LLCC network services and resources will be unavailable including internet connectivity, website, Blackboard and WebAdvisor. Office 365 services, including Mail and OneDrive will also be unavailable.
In addition, phone service will be unavailable during the power outage.
Please contact the IT Service Desk for additional information at Ext.62555 or firstname.lastname@example.org
OneDrive is part of Office 365 and is an online (cloud) file storage application. You are provided with 1TB of storage space for files, photos, etc. Your files can be shared with others, are accessible from any device connected to the Internet and even collaborate with others on your Office documents at the same time while editing the document in the browser.
With Office 365, you can create a document on your office or home computer, save it to OneDrive and edit the same file on another device. No need to email it to yourself or save a copy to a thumb drive. All applications available can be used on-line across multiple platforms (PC/Mac, tablet, iPad, smartphone).
There are two ways to access Office 365, OneDrive and other online applications. Log into your LLCC Email account via the web www.llcc.edu, My LLCC, Email) click on the apps icon (waffle) or the Office 365 link in the upper left of the window. You can access this directly at https://portal.office.co and login with your LLCC Email address. If prompted, choose the Work or School Account option.
After the Spring 2017 semester, LLCC will be converting to this data storage system in place of the current network folder structure.
View the Academic Innovations and eLearning workshop schedule for upcoming classes in Office 365 and OneDrive and/or browse the Microsoft Office Training Center
LLCC is launching a new emergency notification system this Wednesday, Dec. 7, called LLCC ALERT. The LLCC ALERT system allows the college to communicate with you by text, phone and email in the case of an emergency, as well as severe weather and other closures. Current employees and students are automatically enrolled in LLCC ALERT.
We strongly encourage you to visit www.llcc.edu/alert and log in with your LLCC user name and password to check your current contact information and manage how you receive emergency notifications. LLCC ALERT uses the information about you currently stored in the college’s Colleague system, and this information may need updating. Please add your office phone number if it is not listed, and make any other revisions needed.
You will receive an email today and tomorrow with this same information, urging you to check your current contact information at www.llcc.edu/alert. On Wednesday, you will receive a test message from LLCC ALERT. You will then receive a follow-up email to make sure you received the test message.
LLCC ALERT employs the RAVE system used successfully by colleges and universities nationwide, and replaces the current LLCC Connect emergency notification system.
Note: Updating your contact information in LLCC ALERT will NOT update that information in Colleague. To update your information in Colleague, please contact Human Resources.
LLCC computer network will be unavailable Friday November 25th from 10:00pm – 11:59pm due to maintenance performed by IT. Network resources including Website, Blackboard and WebAdvisor will not be accessible as this maintenance occurs.
Please contact the IT Service Desk with any questions at Ext. 62555 or email@example.com
Colleague and Webadvisor will be unavailable from 11 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 4 to noon on Saturday, Nov. 5. The Colleague environment will be moved to a new server. Nothing will change in Colleague or WebAdvisor due to the move and the transition will be transparent to Colleague users.
If you have any questions, contact the IT Service Desk at 786-2555.
Internet connectivity will be unavailable Saturday, Oct. 1 from 12 a.m.-1 a.m. due to maintenance performed by LLCC’s main internet service provider. Network resources including website, Blackboard and WebAdvisor will not be accessible as this maintenance occurs.
Have a question on how to submit a ticket, check the status, add a comment or grant supervisor approval using the KBOX software? Stop in any time during the upcoming Open Workshop hosted by ITS Friday, Sept. 23, 2-3 p.m. in Menard Hall, room 1173. No registration is necessary. For those off-campus and in need of assistance, please contact Jeris Creasey to schedule a training session.
Departments using forms on this system include: Facilities, Institutional Research, ITS, Printshop, and Public Relations and Marketing.
The newly created MFP Staples queue is available for immediate use and you should no longer use the Charge Back Portal form. As with the previous system, all ticket submissions must still be approved by your Budget Manager before the request will be processed.
To submit your request,
- Click on the ITS Service Desk icon on your desktop on campus (off campus, https://help.llcc.edu/),
- Click on Have a problem? Report it
- Click on the drop down arrow under Ticket: Select MFP Staples complete the form. You must enter the budget manager for your department.
- Click on Apply Changes, then Save.
Budget managers, please be advised that you will receive an email from MFPStaples@llcc.edu with a link to a ticket number. You must log into KBOX first and then click on the link within the email to access the ticket.
- Enter a Budget Number
- Set the Approval – select Approved or Rejected and list any notes if pertinent.
- Click on Apply Changes>Save.
Please click on the appropriate link to view MFP Staples ticket submission steps or Budget Manager approval steps. For assistance with completing the form, contact the ITS Service Desk at 786-2555 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Duplication/Print Shop submission, PRM Project Request, Institutional Research and Effectiveness queries, and Facilities Services Work Order system have been migrated from portal forms to new queues within KBOX, the ITS Service Desk software application. There are multiple ways to access these!
- If you are on a college PC, click the ITS Service Desk icon on your desktop.
- From our website, go to MyLLCC and click KBOX Forms under Faculty/Staff Resources.
- Directly type in the url https://help.llcc.edu.
- Some department portal pages have links to the new KBOX forms in place of the old forms.
Frequently asked questions about using KBOX forms can be found on the ITS Services website (http://its.llcc.edu) and click on the News icon. You will still contact the department directly for inquiries regarding your ticket requests and/or procedures. Should you require assistance with the KBOX software to submit, view or add a comment to an existing ticket, please contact the ITS Service Desk at 786.2555 or email@example.com during our scheduled hours. Instructional Guides are available on the Employee Portal, IT, Faculty & Staff Specialized ITS Training page. https://my.llcc.edu/C3/ITSTraining/default.aspx
When first logging into the KBOX software, you will now need to click on the Help Desk tab to the left to submit a new ticket and/or view existing tickets.
The ability to print a ticket (or save as a .pdf) in a printer friendly format has been added. While viewing the details of a ticket, at the top left click on Choose Action, Print Ticket. Here you can choose the appropriate location to save as a file or print if hard copy is physically needed.