When critical systems go down—for example, Student Information Systems (SIS) or Learning Management Systems (LMS)—reach out to students, staff, and faculty to let them know before the incident causes stress.
StatusHub reports on local systems and services that have been migrated to the cloud. Even if an outside network causes cloud-based services like class schedules, course registration, or project delivery to go down, your students, faculty, and staff will know what’s going on.
Automatic notifications minimize help requests related to offline services and relieve some of the stress during time sensitive incidents, so your teams can focus on problem solving and get systems online.
Transparent operations show that your service infrastructures are trustworthy and reduce stress for current and prospective students who rely on college or university services to accomplish the important things like meeting deadlines, registering for courses, and more.
StatusHub is clear and easy to use without technical training and easily integrates with your current infrastructure and monitoring services.
Create a status page that matches your college or university colors and theme. Educational institutions with multiple campuses can create a separate status site for each location or system. These sites can be public or private, depending on whether the site is for internal or student facing services.
Students, staff, and faculty can choose how they want to receive notifications on your status site—SMS, Twitter, email—so your messages always reach them.
If there’s a critical or emergency incident that everyone on campus needs to know about, you can send urgent alerts to all students, faculty, and staff.
StatusHub will automatically update your subscription base annually or each semester, whichever is best for your institution. This will enable your administration to automate more of their process and save time.