UPDATE: MyAugusta intranet migration on schedule for October deadline

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Since April, Augusta University has been in the process of moving intranet platforms from PAWS to MyAugusta (my.augusta.edu).

For the last three months, PAWS links have been migrating over to the new platform, and the process is about a quarter of the way through.

Throughout this process, employees have had the opportunity to provide feedback and point out areas where the new platform might be inconvenient or inefficient. In the upcoming months, focus groups including faculty, staff and students will take place to enhance the MyAugusta platform.

Please be aware that it will take some time before all of the current links on PAWS are transferred to the new platform. All needed information will continue to be available through PAWS, but over the next several months, when you click on a link, you may be redirected to the matching, or close matching MyAugusta page.

The new homepage is on track to be fully migrated by Oct. 1, when the decommissioning of PAWS will begin.

Due to the amount of data that will need to be migrated from PAWS to my.augusta.edu, this will be an ongoing process. Regular updates will be provided to the university community, so make sure to look for those in the coming months.

You can read more about the intranet project online, and get more detailed information for PAWS publishers, PAWS users and a project timeline.

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Emily Lacey is a writer in the Division of Communications & Marketing at Augusta University. Contact her to schedule an interview on this topic or with one of our experts at 706-721-6144 elacey@augusta.edu.

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