Endpoint Management

IT professionals use Active Directory (AD) class rosters to control student access to electronic resources based on a student’s enrollment in courses and major for every term, course, section, and division. 
 

IT professionals can centrally manage and protect physical or virtual mobile devices, laptops, desktops, and servers through configuration, patch, power and inventory management, security evaluation, and planned software rollouts.

Campus Service Monitoring provides device, service, and metric monitoring, alerting, and reporting.  

Use the Computer Registration tool to register any of your network/wifi capable devices such as your Computer, Xbox, Playstation, iPad etc. In the event that your device is lost/stolen, we have the necessary information at hand to aid in recovering it. 

Cosmos provides a local source for installation software, updates, and security patches for the more prevalent open source operating systems, primarily the most popular Linux distributions.

Malware protection is a centralized service that protects students, faculty, and staff against viruses and other malicious software. Malwarebytes is provided as part of this larger service.

Mobile Device Management allows campus units to purchase IOS and MacOS applications from the App Store and install them on unit-owned and personally-owned phones and tablets without violating state policies. This service also allows the configuration of security and other policies on devices to asssit a user in configuration.

Windows System Update Service (WSUS) is Microsoft's solution for automatically applying system and application patches to Windows systems.  Technology Services hosts a central WSUS service and has partnered with a number of colleges to support secondary WSUS servers as well.

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