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As of March 16, Zoom is available alongside UNCG’s other videoconferencing options, Webex and Google Meet. All UNCG faculty, staff, and students are eligible for accounts. UNCG Information Technology Services (ITS) added this service to meet the rising demand for videoconferencing solutions in light of COVID-19-related remote-instruction mandates. Accessing Zoom UNCG users should follow the [Read More]

As coders, analysts, engineers, and even investors, women play integral, future-shifting roles in tech. This week, ITS celebrates Noramay Cardena, Cofounder and Managing Partner of MiLA Capital, a Los Angeles-based venture capital firm that finds, nurtures, and invests in promising technology companies. Click here and follow ITS on Facebook and Twitter for more Women [in Tech] History [Read More]

Contrary to the “I.T. guy” archetype, women (and girls) are tech innovators, creators, and vanguards. To celebrate the important contributions of women in technology and in the tech marketplace, every Tuesday this month UNCG Information Technology Services (ITS) will feature locally and nationally recognized women in technology. Today, ITS highlights Erin Teague, Google’s Head of [Read More]

Who: Faculty and staff What: Weekly Identify Finder/Spirion sensitive-data scans In a previous article, Information Technology Services (ITS) announced the upgrade from Identity Finder to Spirion, which was postponed, and the normal weekly scans disabled. On Wednesday, February 26, an initial sensitive-data scan will run, and the weekly scans will resume on Tuesday, March 3. [Read More]

Two laws that address emergency communications recently went into effect: Kari’s Law and Ray Baum’s Act. Ray Baum’s Act, effective December 6, 2019, ensures that precise location information is dispatched with all 911 calls. If a 911 caller is unable to speak to the answering dispatcher, the dispatch center can locate the origination point of [Read More]