Primary support for Windows operating systems is changing from Windows 7 to Windows 10 on May 17. Following this change, Information Technology Services (ITS) will deliver all Windows computers (new or rebuilt) with Windows 10. Early in this transition, some departments, faculty, and staff will continue to use Windows 7 due to special requirements. ITS [Read More]
Information Technology services (ITS) is currently migrating all ITS-supported campus workstations from Windows 7 to Windows 10. Windows 10 improves over earlier versions of Windows by offering a more modern operating system that provides new capabilities and greater security. ITS staff have worked to ensure campus users have the best possible experience with Windows 10. [Read More]
(This communication was emailed to all faculty on 5/2/2017) If you are leaving campus for the summer, and you are not sure when you last reset your password, Information Technology Services (ITS) recommends that you consider changing your password. Taking this step now will ensure you have uninterrupted access to your user accounts and any [Read More]
UNCG is working with UNC Chapel Hill to expand availability of their high performance computing (HPC) resources to UNCG. These are resources that can be used for computationally intensive research and instructional needs. UNCG faculty, research staff, graduate students, technology support staff and others interested in high performance computing are invited to an Interest Meeting [Read More]
To: All students, faculty, and staff who use eduroam, UNCG’s primary wireless network From: Information Technology Services (ITS) Date: March 31, 2017 IMPORTANT! On April 13, ITS will perform required system updates on the eduroam wireless network. This may require you to update the wireless network settings on devices (e.g., laptops, tablets, smart phones) where [Read More]
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