Campus begins transition to “eduroam” wireless network

May 28, 2015

Information Technology Services is phasing out UNC-Chapel Hill’s UNC-Secure wireless network and moving the more than 50,000 devices that use that wireless connection over to “eduroam,” a secure and encrypted wireless network shared by universities around the world. Thousands of … Continued

Matt Heinze: Collaborating on Project SIR is “fun” (VIDEO)

May 7, 2015

Since UNC-Chapel Hill launched the Sensitive Information Remediation Project last year, the campus community has demonstrated an exceptional collaborative spirit in scanning, finding, deleting and/or securing sensitive information on University computers. Matt Heinze, an information security specialist with Information Technology … Continued

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March 25, 2015

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Faces of ITS: Mark Reed of Research Computing

March 24, 2015

Mark Reed Title: Research Associate, ITS Research Computing Number of years with ITS: 11 Personal: Lives in Durham with his fiancé, Sandy. They have six grown children and three grandchildren. Education: Ph.D., masters and bachelor’s degrees in physics from UNC-Chapel … Continued

March 8th email outage and important changes to Heelmail

March 5, 2015

​WHO All users with (Office 365) email account WHEN Sunday, March 8 from 8AM – 4PM WHAT Information Technology Services is making a change to how email logins are authenticated. There will be an email outage on Sunday, March … Continued

ITS scientist embraces role in solar fuels research

March 5, 2015

Shubin Liu, a Senior Computational Scientist with Information Technology Services’ Research Computing unit, has enthusiastically contributed for the past five years to the first phase of University-led research into advancing solar energy technologies for producing solar fuels. Research now in … Continued

Networking tackles The Internet of Things

February 19, 2015

Discussions abound these days about The Internet of Things—this interconnection of all our gadgets, appliances and computing devices that can share information. Those conversations, though, usually have to do with consumer privacy and business security issues or future marketing opportunities … Continued