ITS News

Information Technology Services

On Wednesday, January 6, 2021, the login process for Canvas will change to the process used for other cloud applications at UNCG, such as Google Workspace (formerly G Suite), Zoom and Microsoft Office 365. In the new login process, users enter their full UNCG email address as their username: Go to canvas.uncg.edu. Enter your UNCG [Read More]

The Jamf service is now available for macOS users at UNCG. This new service provides best-in-class user experience for software delivery, patch management, and device management, as well as cloud-based sign-in via Microsoft. Information Technology Services (ITS) encourages Mac users to enroll their macOS computers in Jamf today. See Enroll my Mac in Jamf for [Read More]

A new version of the qualitative data-analysis software ATLAS.ti is now available to eligible UNCG users.* There are significant changes in the new version, ATLAS.ti 9, including: License management changes that allow users to use the software without being connected to the UNCG network. Multiple ways to download and/access the software (including access via MyCloud [Read More]

On Wednesday, November 11, 2020, the secure virtual desktop environment will be available for all users of MyCloud-based Banner administrative applications and reporting, such as ePrint, Argos and WebFocus. This service is a part of Information Technology Services’ (ITS) Anywhere Access strategy and will allow Banner users to access critical business applications through a secure [Read More]

On November 30, Information Technology Services (ITS) will implement Jamf Pro and Jamf Connect, two new products aimed at improving the experiences of UNCG Mac users.  Jamf Pro provides the best-in-class user experience for software delivery, patch management, and device management. Installing software provided through Jamf Self Service is easy, and will soon become the [Read More]