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Implementation of MS Teams telephony at UNB

The University of New Brunswick migrated its Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) telephony services to MS Teams successfully on August 27, 2020. This is the first time MS Teams telephony has been fully deployed at a university in Canada. MS Teams is part of the Microsoft 365 (M365) suite of cloud-based services adopted at UNB … Continue reading "Implementation of MS Teams telephony at UNB"

June 15, 2021


Laurier Energy Efficiency Project (LEEP)

Electrical power production in Ontario is changing from centralized to decentralized.  The commercial availability of renewable energy and energy storage technologies have both made big strides forward. As such, in a landscape with increasing risks to campus operations, Laurier elected to develop an energy strategy that would improve climate adaptation, improve reliability and resiliency of energy supply, reduce greenhouse gas emissions (GHG), and respond with more flexibility to incentive based, variable rate structures. Laurier partnered with Johnson Controls for the design and … Continue reading "Laurier Energy Efficiency Project (LEEP)"

June 15, 2021


Promoting Engaging, Accessible, and Sustainable Virtual Events

In response to the increase of virtual events due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the McGill Office of Sustainability launched its Sustainable Virtual Event certification program with the goal of promoting sustainability and accessibility for virtual events. An adaptation of the successful McGill Sustainable Events certification program, which has certified more than 300 events since 2017, … Continue reading "Promoting Engaging, Accessible, and Sustainable Virtual Events"

June 15, 2021


Free Cooling of Data Centers in Northern Climates

The University of Northern British Columbia is located on the traditional territory of the Lheidli T’enneh in a community now commonly identified as Prince George. This picturesque setting at the confluence of the Nechako and Fraser Rivers is a place known for its short hot summers and long cold winters; a climate that lends itself … Continue reading "Free Cooling of Data Centers in Northern Climates"

June 15, 2021


Changing the Procure to Pay University Landscape

When Queen’s Strategic Procurement Services (SPS) implemented a complete end-to-end Procure-to-Pay (P2P) solution in May 2017, little did they know that it would pave the way for a seamless and agile transition to remote working.  Leveraging the improvements and changes made to both systems and processes, SPS was able to immediately pivot to processing all … Continue reading "Changing the Procure to Pay University Landscape"

June 15, 2021


UVic’s Shared Resources Program

The Shared Resources program was developed to redeploy UVic employees on temporary layoff due to COVID-19 and to provide a mechanism for UVic departments to share capacity among staff based on increased or decreased workloads. UVic’s response to COVID-19, as with most universities, created a surge in demand for services in some departments, and a lack of … Continue reading "UVic’s Shared Resources Program"

June 15, 2021


CAUBO Partnership with HR Metrics Service

CAUBO knows that members need evidence-based data to support their institutional decision-making. To address this need a partnership agreement has been signed with HR Metrics Service (HRMS) to provide CAUBO members with quality HR benchmarking services. HRMS is a privately owned national benchmarking service with 65 client organizations from a variety of sectors, including several … Continue reading "CAUBO Partnership with HR Metrics Service"

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February 16, 2021



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