Technology Services has deployed two new wireless networks across campus, IllinoisNet_Start and IllinoisNet_Devices, both of which will make it easier for students, faculty, staff, and visitors to get all of their devices connected to the campus wireless network.
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High performance computing (HPC) is for humanists, too. And it is about to get easier for Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences (HASS) scholars to use supercomputing resources in their work.
AT&T is retiring Centrex, a communications service used by some departments on campus. Technology Services created a retirement plan to walk you through how to switch to supported services.
Technology Services is upgrading the technology and furniture in several classrooms and labs for the fall semester.
Dr. Megan Condis, Ph.D., English '15, built a video game as part of her dissertation about identity formation in the Internet age.
Maintenance will take place the weekend of July 10 as part of the upgrade from Lync to Skype for Business. There may be periods of time when the Lync service is unavailable for voice calls, conferencing, and instant messaging.
The Technology Services Help Desk is currently facing a noticeable uptick in the number of calls about expired passwords. We encourage people to reset their passwords when prompted, before the password expires.
Faculty, staff, and grad students using the Lync 2013 client will see an update to Skype for Business on June 23, 2015.
Swanlund IT Shared Services becomes Technology Services at Swanlund and joins Technology Services at Illinois