UBIT Top Projects

Learn how UB Information Technology is making sure that our students, faculty and staff have everything they need for success with these recent project highlights.

Zoom image: 2022 projects 2022 projects.
Zoom image: Strategic fit: Run 39%, Grow 52%, Transform 9% Strategic fit: Run 39%, Grow 52%, Transform 9%.
Zoom image: University Strategic Goals: Deepen our engagement in the regional community: 1; promote a univeristy-wide culture of equity and inclusion: 1; Provide students with transformative, innovative, research-grounded experiences: 34; Achieve greater social impact locally and globally: 6; Provide support structures ensuring faculty and student success: 2 University Strategic Goals: Deepen our engagement in the regional community: 1; promote a univeristy-wide culture of equity and inclusion: 1; Provide students with transformative, innovative, research-grounded experiences: 34; Achieve greater social impact locally and globally: 6; Provide support structures ensuring faculty and student success: 2.
Zoom image: VP Sponsor Area VP Sponsor Area.

*This chart represents total number of separate projects. However, this chart is not representing the total effort or staffing hours of IT resources that are being dedicated to each VP Sponsor Area.

Featured projects

MS 365

laptop with MS365 running.

UB is piloting MS365, providing UBIT staff the opportunity to test and learn more about it in preparation for offering it to the campus in the near future.

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Enhanced Internet Protections

Starting summer 2021, UB will make changes that will strengthen security while providing flexibility to prevent disruption of necessary university functions, including research.

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Self-Service Print Stations

A graduate student using the UB Print Anywhere (powered by Wepa) kiosk in Silverman Library.

Beginning August 2020, UB has a new, self-service model of printing. UB Print Anywhere (powered by Wepa) allows students to print from a computing site computer, their own computer, or even their phone, to kiosks around North, South and Downtown campuses.

Wireless Technology Refresh

UB North Campus.

UBIT staff are replacing existing Wireless Access Points with top of the line WIFI 6e access points.  WIFI 6e will provide faster and more efficient communication in both high density and high bandwidth applications.

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