samples of potential designs

ResNET builds gaming arena in Craige Hall

ITS ResNET is collaborating with more than a dozen campus organizations to bring a state-of-the-art gaming arena to Craige Hall this fall. Carolina Gaming Arena will provide students with high-end gaming equipment — from PC stations and gaming consoles to virtual reality and augmented reality equipment. The accessibility of gaming … Continued





BarCamp attendees discuss topics they want for the breakout sessions

2019 BarCamp engages and informs IT pros

Carolina Technology Consultants brought together the University’s IT professionals and sparked discussion of the latest technologies at its annual BarCamp unconference on May 23. About 30 people attended CTC’s half-day unconference, held at the Department of Computer Science’s Sitterson and Brooks buildings. Corporate sponsors SKC Communications, Panasonic and Sonic Foundry … Continued





Confluence service offered

ITS offers Confluence to faculty and staff

ITS is now offering University faculty and staff the Atlassian Confluence documentation platform as a free of charge, centrally funded service. On May 15, when ITS Middleware Services announced the general availability of this collaboration tool, it was no ordinary announcement for the group. “We don’t typically have service announcements like … Continued





Students share ideas on whiteboard with ITS Teaching & Learning staff members

Students help ITS improve CCI Printing

When students encounter a simpler, more streamlined way of printing upon returning for the Fall 2019 semester, School of Information and Library Science classmates can take pride in knowing they helped make it happen. Lukasz Mazur’s INLS 582 Systems Analysis class worked with ITS Teaching & Learning this past semester … Continued





1-year Onyen passwords: More convenient and secure

ITS to launch 1-year Onyen passwords

UNC-Chapel Hill is switching to a system of changing Onyen passwords to once a year rather than every 91 days. For the convenience of changing their password just one time per year, campus community members will need to create passwords that are harder for criminals to crack. In a guest … Continued




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