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Starting September 1, 2019, IBM SPSS Statistics and IBM SPSS Amos licensing and purchasing for campus and individual use are changing. Licensing Licensing will change to a concurrent-user model from UNCG’s existing site license. After reviewing usage data, the change was made to reflect the actual campus usage of the software. The new model reduces [Read More]

Who: Students, faculty, and staff What: SecureW2 JoinNow deployment When: Thursday, August 8, 2019, 7:30 a.m. On Thursday, August 8, 2019, Cloudpath, the previous wireless client configuration utility, was replaced by SecureW2 JoinNow. SecureW2’s JoinNow app securely configures and connects devices to eduroam. After August 8, new devices must be configured using SecureW2 to connect [Read More]

Starting Fall 2019, Information Technology Services (ITS) will upgrade the University’s Adobe license to provide more security and better licensing management. The upgrade ensures UNCG is in compliance with Adobe licensing requirements. The following Adobe Creative Cloud 2019 software will be installed in ITS labs and classrooms: Acrobat DC Animate CC Dreamweaver CC Illustrator CC [Read More]

Who: MyCloud users What: MyCloud user experience improvements When: Tuesday, July 30, 2019 Why: Improvements to User Profile Management and OS/Office Updates Information Technology Services (ITS) is improving the way core MyCloud desktops (Campus, Student, Secure) and applications store user profile data. MyCloud desktops and applications will now save data and settings the same way [Read More]

Who: Faculty, staff, and student users of OneNote 2016 for Windows What: Microsoft is no longer developing new features for OneNote 2016 for Windows, and has begun automatically uninstalling the application as part of normal Office updates. Its successor, OneNote for Windows 10, is available through the Microsoft Store. The new OneNote for Windows 10 [Read More]