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Campus technologists share their interesting and unusual hobbies that help them unwind from their daily technology duties.
With October being Cybersecurity Awareness Month, the UNLV Information Security Office shares weekly tips to defend against cybercrime.
The list features helpful information about campus technology for new and returning students who are preparing for the start of the fall semester.
The ACE login page gets a fresh look to improve how users access UNLV applications, like WebCampus. The new page will be released in late July.
The Office of Information Technology gives employees tips for preparing on-campus technology for their return to in-person work.
Office of Information Technology staff participated in a webinar to discuss how UNLV is using technology to present real-time instruction to students who are in the classroom and learning remotely at the same time.
Kim Schjang, associate network engineer in the UNLV Office of Information Technology, joins top female IT professionals to construct and operate the world’s fastest volunteer-built network for the SC21 supercomputing conference.
Selected instructors will teach in-person and remote students simultaneously during the fall semester. Interest forms are due June 1 to be considered for the pilot program.
Stewart Filmscreen published a case study about the journey Frank Alaimo and his team underwent to transform a lecture hall on campus into a 250-seat Dolby Atmos theater.
Agents created nearly 5,000 IT service requests, handled 2,500 phone calls, and reset 700 passwords in the first week of the fall and spring semesters.
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