UB is comprised of hundreds of unique schools, departments,
clubs and organizations, and most are responsible for maintaining
their own web pages. As of January 17, 2018, one of UB's web
hosting services, Wings, will retire.
UBbox is free, unlimited, and more secure than your average
cloud storage, making it the perfect choice for UB students,
faculty and staff. But where UBbox really excels is in
how easy it makes file sharing and collaborating.
A 2014 change in Adobe's licensing has since prevented UBIT from
updating Adobe Acrobat Pro, Photoshop and Dreamweaver. Now
that Adobe no longer supports these versions, they are retiring
from UB's computing sites and teaching stations effective December
19, 2017. UBIT continues to offer software alternatives for PDF
creation and image editing.
Course evaluations help ensure
that UB faculty and administrators deliver the
highest quality education to students. The new UB Course Evaluations (UBCE) tool offers
stronger access to data and a mix
of new features for all members of the UB
T-Mobile subscribers can expect a jump in their coverage in
several locations on North Campus, thanks to T-Mobile subscribe to
the Verizon Wireless Distributed Antenna System (DAS). Those in
Ellicott, Student Union, Knox Hall and Governors may have noticed
better T-Mobile service in these buildings.
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