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  • 04/14/14--14:02: Electronic Account Security
  • Publication Date: 
    2014-04
    Hacker breaking into a computer

    By Chris Stoermer, IT Manager, UIT-AITS

    By now, I am sure everybody has heard about the web services vulnerability called, “Heartbleed.” The vulnerability was found in certain versions of the Secure Socket Layer (SSL) protocol for web servers.

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  • 04/15/14--11:50: Campus Computing News
  • Publication Date: 
    2014-04
    Classroom Support Services

    CSS Classroom Technology & Service Refresh

    By Ashley Olsberg, Classroom Support Services (CSS) Manager 

    During the Summer 2014 term, Classroom Support Services (CSS), will be upgrading all of the projectors and computers installed in CSS-supported UNT classrooms.* CSS staff members have spent the past several months meeting with various groups to discuss the possibility of upgrading all 293 existing CSS classroom systems. I want to start off by thanking everyone who participated in these discussions.

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  • 05/13/14--13:57: EDUCAUSE Opportunities
  • Publication Date: 
    2014-05
    EDUCAUSE Logo

    By Claudia Lynch, Benchmarks Online Editor

    Registration is open for the EDUCAUSE 2014 Annual Conference, coming up in September. There is also a virtual Annual Conference, and EDUCAUSE Live! webinars remain free and available for viewing at a time of your choosing.

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  • 05/14/14--12:42: Summer Hours
  • Publication Date: 
    2014-05
    summer sun

    By Claudia Lynch, Benchmarks Online Editor

    Summer is here, at least as far as the UNT schedule of classes is concerned. Summer 2014 consists of six sessions and not all campus facilities are open during all the sessions.*

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    Publication Date: 
    2014-05
    Service provision grfaphic

    By Claudia Lynch, Benchmarks Online Editor

    A document is now available that identifies the providers for various IT services at the University of North Texas.

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    Publication Date: 
    2014-05
    Arrow

    By Dr. Philip Baczewski, Senior Director of Academic Computing and User Services and Deputy Chief Information Officer for University Information Technology

    With the successful completion of the Spring semester we can all look forward to various activities this summer. Faculty members may have the opportunity to travel and pursue research or other academic activities. If you fall into this category and will need to have access to research software while you are off campus, Academic Computing and User Services may be able to help.

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  • 05/14/14--12:44: Campus Computing News
  • Publication Date: 
    2014-05
    The key to your questions

    FAQ about the Personal and Tablet Computer System Regulation

    By John Hooper, Chief Information Officer, University Information Technology 

    Last month ITSS announced new standards for personal and laptop computers. Below you will find an FAQ to help you better understand these new regulations.

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  • 06/12/14--08:54: Summer Hours
  • Publication Date: 
    2014-06
    summer sun

    By Claudia Lynch, Benchmarks Online Editor

    Summer is here! Summer 2014 consists of six sessions and not all campus facilities are open during all the sessions.*

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    Publication Date: 
    2014-06
    CLEAR box logo

    By Amber Bryant, Senior Marketing Specialist, CLEAR

    Mark your calendars! CLEAR has some great events coming this fall.

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    Publication Date: 
    2014-06
    Man on flying disk

    By Dr. Elizabeth Hinkle-Turner, Director - Academic Computing Technical Services

    Academic Computing Technical Services (ACTS), a division of UIT Academic Computing and User Services (ACUS), will be undergoing some personnel changes that affect its current services for the near future. Some of our key managers who customers have been accustomed to working with for many years have moved forward in their careers, but rest assured that we are still providing the services that you depend upon. Any and all questions regarding these services should be sent to Elizabeth Hinkle-Turner at ehinkle@unt.edu

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  • 06/12/14--15:39: Campus Computing News
  • Publication Date: 
    2014-06
    Classroom Support Services

    CSS Classroom Technology & Service Refresh

    By Ashley Olsberg, Classroom Support Services (CSS) Manager 

    In April we announced that Classroom Support Services (CSS) would be upgrading all of the projectors and computers installed in CSS-supported UNT classrooms this summer. It’s with much pleasure that I am able to inform you that the upgrade of all 293 CSS classrooms * has been completed ahead of schedule.

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  • 07/17/14--13:02: Summer Hours
  • Publication Date: 
    2014-07
    summer sun

    By Claudia Lynch, Benchmarks Online Editor

    Summer is still here! Summer 2014 consists of six sessions and not all campus facilities are open during all the sessions.*

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    Publication Date: 
    2014-07
    Freedom Scientific Logo

    By Dr. Elizabeth Hinkle-Turner, Director - Academic Computing Technical Services

    Our holdings of JAWS (Job Access With Speech) - the popular screen reader from Freedom Scientific - and MAGic screen magnification software from the same company have remained fairly stable during the past few years. Some important upgrades are on the horizon for these products so it is a good time to review accessibility software resources available at UNT.

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    Publication Date: 
    2014-07
    Testing Center Logo

    By Dr. Elizabeth Hinkle-Turner, Director - Academic Computing Technical Services

    The Sage Hall Academic Testing Center made its debut in the summer of 2012. Since that time use has grown steadily, adding 10 percent capacity usage per semester with increasing numbers of faculty and staff in a variety of schools, colleges, divisions, and department taking advantage of what the facility has to offer.

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  • 07/17/14--13:45: Campus Computing News
  • Publication Date: 
    2014-07
    Microsoft Office in the Cloud

    Office 365 Email Migration

    By Abraham John, Senior Director, Administrative Information Technology Services (AITS), University Information Technology (UIT) 

    By this time you've no doubt heard or read about the email migration away from our on-premises implementation of Microsoft Exchange to the Microsoft cloud. Most of what you need to know has already been communicated via Administrative announcements and/or through InHouse articles. This, then, is a compilation of some of the key points about the advantages, the process, and where to go for help during and after this email migration.

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  • 08/18/14--08:03: End of Summer Hours
  • Publication Date: 
    2014-08
    Setting Sun

    By Claudia Lynch, Benchmarks Online Editor

    Summer school is over and fall classes are set to start at the end of the month. Many computer labs use this time to close and take care of various computer upgrades and other maintenance issues before the fall semester starts. The University is officially closed on Monday, September 1 for Labor Day.

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  • 08/18/14--09:03: EDUCAUSE Opportunities
  • Publication Date: 
    2014-08
    EDUCAUSE Logo

    By Claudia Lynch, Benchmarks Online Editor

    You still have time to register for the EDUCAUSE 2014 Annual Conference, coming up in September. There is also a virtual Annual Conference, and EDUCAUSE Live! webinars remain free and available for viewing at a time of your choosing.

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    Publication Date: 
    2014-08
    Diving Eagle Connecting

    By Claudia Lynch, Benchmarks Online Editor

    Welcome, or welcome back, to UNT! If you're new, or if you've just been away for a while, it is our hope that this article will serve as a handy starting point to get you acquainted (or re-acquainted) with the resources that are available to you here at the University.

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  • 08/20/14--11:20: Upcoming CLEAR Events
  • Publication Date: 
    2014-08
    CLEAR box logo

    By Amber Bryant, Senior Marketing Specialist, CLEAR

    Mark your calendars! CLEAR has some great events coming up, right around the corner.

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  • 08/20/14--12:20: Campus Computing News
  • Publication Date: 
    2014-08
    GoTo flowers

    Introducing GoToTraining and GoToMeeting at UNT

    By Jane Himmel, Associate Director, CLEAR 

    This fall the UNT community has access to two new tools for conducting live, web-based meetings and training sessions. Citrix’s GoToMeeting and GoToTraining were introduced at UNT in July and fully replace Blackboard Collaborate and Wimba beginning with the Fall 2014 semester.

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