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IT News by Topic: Working at UB

2/20/15
Vintage is in, but not when it comes to manual record entry.
2/6/15
IT Policy & Communication, part of UB Information Technology, is looking for a student assistant to write news articles and marketing campaign copy, write and post content to the UBIT website, participate in promotional/educational video shoots, craft posts for social media (Facebook, Twitter), analyze survey data and other tasks. Read more about the position and apply.
12/12/14
IT leaders at UB will come together Wednesday, December 17 for a workshop aimed at exploring new ways of thinking about priorities and creating a competitive advantage in the IT services we offer to students, faculty and staff.
11/14/14
Sometimes we fail to notice the power of technology… until suddenly it’s not there.
10/10/14

During the fall 2014 semester, the email system used by most UB faculty and staff (UBmail Powered by Exchange) will be upgraded from Exchange 2010 to Exchange 2013.  

10/6/14
Vice President and Chief Information Officer J. Brice Bible has announced the search for UB’s Director of IT Customer Service.
9/2/14
Anyone who has gotten a UBIT Alert posting or email has seen the invitation to get more information by contacting “the NOC.”  What is this NOC and how does it know so much about what’s happening?
8/26/14
CIT is accepting applications for a public sites consultant to provide printing and computing assistance to patrons. Learn more about the position and apply for the job.
8/19/14
With zippy reporting and budgeting, UB’s recently upgraded financial system has some new helpful features, with plans for more down the road.
6/16/14
UBIT is pleased to welcome two staff members who joined Network and Classroom Services in March 2014.
3/31/14

More than 7,200 voice mailboxes across all three UB campuses are now able to retrieve accidentally deleted messages.

3/3/14

Meet UBIT's five new staff members.

2/27/14

UBIT staff enjoyed tips on maintaining a work/life balance from fall seminars.