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IT News by Topic: Getting Connected

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7/7/14
Everybody loves Wi-Fi. It's great not being tethered, and UB's Wi-Fi provides plenty of speed for simple tasks. But you might be surprised to learn that UB's network engineers include wired connections in new buildings, and for good reason.
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6/18/14
If you previously connected to the UB Secure Wi-Fi network, you may need to change some settings to connect again.  Please follow these step-by-step instructions.
6/3/14

UBIT is happy to announce a power survivability option for departments who wish to preserve their network connectivity during power failures or maintenance activities. 

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5/27/14
Technology grows exponentially. Sometimes we need to afford it space to expand.
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4/15/14
Swiping your card is so 1990s. Students responding to the UB’s 2013 Student IT Experience Survey asked for an upgrade, hoping to see their UB Cards replaced with smart card technology, such as RFID.
3/14/14
The world is quickly running out of IP addresses. Don't panic, UBIT is on the case.
2/27/14

UB is the size of a small city, which keeps UB's engineers busy with demands for better cellular service. The Distributed Antenna System offers the campus a much-needed boost.

2/25/14

How does UBIT know the ways UB students use technology? We ask, and we listen to them.

2/25/14

Thanks to UB’s Wake On LAN (WOL) service, on-campus computers can enjoy a sound sleep unless needed, which saves UB both energy and money.