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 ENTERPRISE APPLICATION SERVICES (EAS)

 

EAS is a group of dedicated professionals who provide support in the following areas:

Database Administration Services

Provides database administration, performance tuning, migrations, backup, and upgrade services. The main responsibilities include the design, implementation, maintenance, and repair of the community’s database. Services provided:
      • Database administration and maintenance
      • Monitoring and improving database performance and capacity
      • Planning for future expansion requirements
      • Coordinating and implementing security measures to safeguard the database

Web Services & Application Development

Provides web-based services to the college community. Responsibilities include developing state-of-the-art application solutions and software customization to fulfill the technology needs of the various departments. Services provided:
      • Software customization
      • Application development
      • Departmental IT consulting
      • Application design and architecture
      • Web site administration and maintenance

Report Services

Responsible for analyzing data and developing reports and data extracts for the entire campus. We also help to create and deploy dashboards. Services provided:
      • CUNYfirst enrollment reports
      • Data extracts
      • Exam scoring
      • Dashboards/business intelligence

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 OFFICE INFORMATION

 
Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 9:00am - 5:00pm
Our office will be closed on Fridays through August 8th
 
Angel Luis Arcelay
Director of EAS 

Location: I Building, Room 105
Phone: 718-997-5916
Email: aarcelay@qc.cuny.edu

 

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