When providing technical support for a university as vast and
multifaceted as UB, it is crucial for an IT department to use some
form of project portfolio prioritization—a system
meant to ensure that the right projects are being worked on at the
right time for optimal fulfillment of university goals.
In October 2016, my Technology and Innovation class with
UB’s School of Management had the opportunity to have a
Q&A with Box’s Chief Operating Officer, Dan Levin, on
achieving success and being an effective leader.
A new upgrade is bringing even more useful capabilities to
UBbox. Starting Tuesday, November 15, 2016, you’ll be able
edit MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint documents directly in UBbox via
a Web browser, which means you’ll no longer have to
download documents to your device in order to edit them.
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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