Since UB adopted the eduroam Wi-Fi network in 2014, traveling
students, faculty, and staff no longer need to worry about
exorbitant roaming data charges or guest credentials for Internet
access when visiting other academic and public institutions.
You may have had no idea that UB is a member of NYSERNet, a
statewide non-profit group dedicated to bringing state-of-the-art
network technology to New York’s research institutions. But
the benefits UB receives from being a NYSERNet member put UB in a
class all its own, especially after recent upgrades.
If you work or study at UB, log into the HUB Student Center or
even just step inside a building on campus, then you rely on
UB’s data communications networks. But despite their
ubiquity, most of us never give the networks a second thought.
Technology is transforming the way athletes and sports
organizations approach their game. At UB, tech in athletics has
been a game changer, but marrying these two fast-paced worlds is
hardly a simple task.
Do you work with a student organization in need of classroom
tech, but on a tight budget? Good news…classroom technology
fees have been waived for student clubs on a trial basis for the
rest of Spring 2015 semester.
Preserving and sharing the knowledge of today with the scholars
of tomorrow is a crucial part of any learning institution’s
mission. UB’s Digital Repository is a free
resource for all UB-affiliated scholars to protect and share their
There have been reports of a "Failed to initialize connection
subsystem” error received while using Cisco AnyConnect to
establish a virtual private network. The errors began with the
February 2015 Microsoft security patch.
As the long lines for the new iPhone can attest, everybody loves
getting the latest smartphone. But when it’s time to get rid
of our old devices, what can we do to keep our personal data safe?
Sometimes it’s more complicated than just deleting a few
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.