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Due to extremely low utilization, UBIT will retire MacOS computers from centrally scheduled classroom teaching stations prior to the start of the Fall 2019 semester. Less than 2% of time that instructors spend on UB's teaching stations is spent on the provided MacOS computers, and that number continues to fall.

Safe Computing

A project by UB MBA students demonstrates the value of multi-factor authentication for greater information security at UB.

Email News

Spam is a fact of life- an ever-present, frustrating fact of life. And no matter how diligent we are to mark it, block it, and filter it out, it seems like some unwanted email always get through.

Conference Tech


With Webex, you can host and attend video meetings using your smartphone, laptop or desktop, with up to 1,000 people. Here are some tips from other at UB for what you can do before, during and after a meeting to ensure everything runs smoothly.

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UB Information Technology 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 Communication, dianatuo@buffalo.edu or 645-8127.

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