UBIT offers on-site and over-the-phone response to classroom
technical problems and operational questions, with a response time
of ten minutes or less. Personal consultations with an IT Customer
Service professional are also available by advance appointment.
1Capen, a student support center merging key services into one
space, is open as of August 2017. The innovate space features new,
never-before-seen-on-campus technology, which UB Information
Technology helped design and implement.
UBbox offers unlimited, secure storage to UB students, faculty
and staff from any device. Now with Box Drive for
Windows or Mac, you can manage all your
files from your desktop—without using any hard
Just in time for the Spring 2017 semester, 12 new iMacs are now
available in the Lockwood 2nd Floor Cybrary. It’s a sign of
how UBIT is starting to think different when it comes to the needs
of UB students.
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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