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On Thursday, September 30, 2021, web hosting for the primary UNCG website ( is moving to the cloud. This change improves site speed and resilience and prepares for future content and theme updates  that are part of the Next Generation Web Project. Beginning September 30, department directories and user home directories maintained through (AFS) will [Read More]

Jamf is now available for macOS users at UNCG. This service provides best-in-class user experience for software delivery, patch management, and device management, as well as cloud-based sign-in via Microsoft.  Enroll my Mac in Jamf provides all the information needed to enroll. If you previously enrolled your computer in Intune, additional information on migrating to [Read More]

A new version of Google Sites is replacing the classic Google Sites application. Features of the new Google Sites include:  Custom and standard templates and new site themes  Improved text controls with more fonts, colors, and styles, and new page elements, like tables of contents and image carousels Better integration with other Google Workspace products   [Read More]

On Monday, August 2, Information Technology Services (ITS) will implement changes to Microsoft 365 licensing that impact select UNCG users. The changes simplify licensing and reduce disruptions in service experienced by University employees whose job assignments vary. How will changes affect me? Specific user populations get A1 or A5 license types, which provide different levels [Read More]

ATLAS.ti is a qualitative data-analysis software licensed at UNCG exclusively for academic teaching and research by UNCG faculty, research staff, and students. The latest version, ATLAS.ti 9, is available for eligible UNCG users. Highlights of new features in Version 9 include: license-management changes that allow users to use the software without being connected to the [Read More]