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Newsletter for Faculty and Staff

Spring 2013

Diana Tuorto

Windows 8 came out this past fall…so, it’s time to go ahead and upgrade the old computer, right? We think you should wait.

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Diana Tuorto

Launched in January 2013, the new UB Mobile app offers many useful tools for students, faculty and staff, all designed for the limited screen on popular smartphones and tablets. 

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Rick Lesniak

After nearly 43 years working in Computing and Information Technology (CIT), Chuck Dunn leaves a large imprint on CIT having been part of the senior leadership team since 1983, most recently in the role of UB’s Information Security Officer.

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Diana Tuorto & Gabrielle Bailey

How does UBIT know how students use technology? We ask them.

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Diana Tuorto

So much at UB couldn’t happen were it not for the dedicated team of CIT engineers, project managers and technicians working behind the scenes.

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Rick Lesniak

Wings has been UB’s public web hosting environment since the inception of the Web at UB in the early 1990s...and it's undergoing an upgrade to keep up with demands.

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Diana Tuorto

In the 2012 UB Student IT Experience Survey, a number of students commented that they weren’t aware of many useful UBIT services, but wished they were better informed. In September 2012, a UBIT campaign was launched, reaching students in a way most use every day: social media.

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Jeff Murphy

Uh oh! Your computer is acting funny. Is all of your email suddenly gone? You suspect something is wrong. What to do next?

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The UBIT Newsletter is a newsletter for faculty and staff to share information about Information Technology at the State University of New York at Buffalo. UBIT News is a publication of the Office of the Chief Information Officer at UB. To submit articles for consideration, contact our editor, Diana Tuorto, IT Policy and Communications, dianatuo@buffalo.edu or 645-8127.