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Two students with cellphones on the quad Some Lync Clients Transitioning to Skype for BusinessOriginally posted on June 19, 2015.Beginning June 23rd, faculty, staff, and graduate students using Lync 2013 for Windows will see the new Skype for Business client after restarting their Lync 2013...
Alma statue Welcome Technology Services at SwanlundOriginally posted on June 17, 2015.Technology Services at Illinois is pleased to announce that Swanlund IT Shared Services is rebranding to become Technology Services at Swanlund.We are happy to...
Foellinger in the fall Services Information for New StudentsOriginally posted on May 29, 2015. Welcome, new students! Technology Services at Illinois provides you with free and sharply discounted services to make your university experience better. Your NetID...
A student reads from the Molecular Me eText The Genetics Class of the Future is Hereby Brian MertzMolecular Me isn’t your grandfather’s genetics course. Nor is it your father’s class. In fact, depending on the age difference, Molecular Me may even be too new for...
Tech Services Graduates Tech Services GraduatesThe semester is almost over! Several of our student employees are getting ready to graduate and take on the world. Be sure to congratulate our talented team members on their accomplishments when you...
Students studying at the Grainger Library. Introducing Illini SpacesAre you scrambling to find a comfortable place to study on Reading Day?Look no further than IlliniSpaces, a new app developed by Technology Services and the University Library. Students are able to...
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An image of a black hole Black Hole Router Provides New ProtectionIs your data safe?The University of Illinois, home to one of the largest research networks, constantly faces cyberattacks from around the world. In just the last week of February 2015, Technology...
Two students use the campus wireless network to view content on a tablet. Improving WirelessWhen the University of Illinois wireless network was originally designed and installed, the iPhone had not yet been invented and wireless was often viewed as a luxury for people with laptops.Now,...

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