Everybody loves Wi-Fi. It's great not being tethered, and UB's
Wi-Fi provides plenty of speed for simple tasks. But you might be
surprised to learn that UB's network engineers include wired
connections in new buildings, and for good reason.
Starting June 9, 2014, students in UB's schools of Medicine and
Biomedical Sciences, Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences and
Dental Medicine will be moved from the UBmail (Central Email)
system to UBmail Powered by Google (Gmail), joining other UB
students who've enjoyed Gmail since 2009.
UB has been enjoying the benefits of a modern, standardized
Voice over IP based telephone system for several years.
Keeping our system up-to-date is important so that our phones can
support current and future applications, service carriers and
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