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Tech Spotlight: AMD Ryzen CPUs

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Products that shake-up the technology industry don’t come often. Few great ideas come by chance or from a lack of competition, the double-decker couch and Hot Pocket game controller not withstanding. 😉 In the PC industry of Central Processing Units (CPUs), the AMD and Intel rivalry has been going on for decades and has had its historic moments. The AMD Athlon

MyDegreePlan Maintenance Coming Soon

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A system upgrade for MyDegreePlan is coming soon! MyDegreePlan will be unavailable from Monday, Jan 30 through Friday, Feb 10 for installing a new version and testing. During this time you will not be able to view degree audits or plans. We will keep you updated on the process and alert you when it becomes

Open Web Sessions

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Attention Faculty and Staff: This is a reminder of our upcoming Open Web Sessions starting in January 2017. These sessions are drop-in sessions that allow you to get help with any web-related topics, including Drupal, FormAssembly, WordPress, etc.. All sessions take place in 431 French Hall.  The following is a list of the upcoming sessions: Wednesday,

Tech Spotlight: Amazon Echo Dot

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Welcome to Tech Spotlight, a new ITS series providing regular updates on the most exciting new technology products and services. To start off, we are going to look at one of the most exciting areas in technology, artificial intelligence (AI), by exploring the Amazon Echo Dot (2nd generation) with the Alexa voice assistant. Computers can’t think for themselves yet

Smarter Car Technology – Part 2: Accessories

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The car you drive is a rolling computer with a plethora of motors and sensors. How can you get more modern functionality in a car stuck in the past? There are affordable accessories and upgrades that can make your car smarter. We are going to look at three, including diagnostic adapters, Bluetooth auxiliary adapters for audio streaming and hands free

Smarter Car Technology – Part 1: Apps

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Technology advances faster than most people can keep up with. The technology in your car is probably out of date before you even drive it off the dealer lot. Unfortunately, most cars cannot get software/firmware updates on their own, like our smartphones and computers. We are stuck with the slow recalls and software updates, if

ITS Outstanding Customer Service Award

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ITS is proud to present the first recipients of the annual ITS Outstanding Customer Service Award. Every year this award will be presented to both a full-time and part-time worker from ITS that has proven to go above and beyond in the field of customer service. Both recipients hail from the Mediated Classroom Services group.

Phishing Email Alert

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Dear Campus Community, The University was targeted in a phishing attack recently carried out via a compromised email account. The emails did not originate from our campus and were likely “spoofed”, meaning the sender address and/or name is faked.  This is done to make the victim believe the message is legitimate.  There will likely be