I am extremely pleased to welcome Information Security Officer
Nadira Gangadhar Persad, CISA, CRISC. Nadira brings an impressive
18 years of IT, Information Security and Risk Management experience
to the university.
As the long lines for the new iPhone can attest, everybody loves
getting the latest smartphone. But when it’s time to get rid
of our old devices, what can we do to keep our personal data safe?
Sometimes it’s more complicated than just deleting a few
Among the many changes that took place on campus during Summer
2014 (did you notice those freshly-paved roads?) are a few
important changes to UB’s public computing sites.
Here’s what you need to know:
Need to meet with someone across the country, or even the world?
Save yourself the money and hassle of traveling. UB offers
students, faculty and staff convenient virtual conferencing through
Recently, a group of UBIT student assistants began working on a
database to trace and catalog hundreds of analog phone lines across
UB’s campuses. Their work resulted in the discovery and
removal of over 250 unused lines, which wouldn't make sense for the
university to keep active.
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