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The campus’s conversion to the Office 365 software system for email and calendaring continues to move ahead, with the first small migration of faculty and staff to begin early in 2014.
Twenty area high school students will receive certificates of graduation on Saturday, June 2 for completing an intensive technology training and college preparatory program through UW–Madison called the Information Technology Academy (ITA).
Mobile UW from the University of Wisconsin–Madison is getting a fresh upgrade that will make it look even better on the iPad and help users get around campus more efficiently.
It will be the end of an era when the public card catalog is removed from its home in room 224 of Memorial Library on the UW–Madison campus.
Phone service to most or all of Bascom Hall, North Hall, South Hall and possibly other nearby buildings will be unavailable beginning the evening of Friday, Sept. 9. The outage will last through the weekend.
Mobile UW from the University of Wisconsin–Madison is getting its first major upgrade.
Students at UW–Madison have embraced social networks - not much of a surprise on a campus that is often a trendsetter with new technologies. But in growing numbers, faculty and staff on the Madison campus are following along, using their mobile Internet devices to join the online multitudes at Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and other social media sites.
UW-Madison will be able to continue all current networking affiliations, including membership in WiscNet, under an agreement included in Wisconsin’s proposed state budget. “We believe…
Bruce Maas, chief information officer at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, has been selected as the next information technology leader at UW–Madison, Provost Paul M. DeLuca, Jr. announced today (June 8).
Starting Monday, May 9, UW–Madison will have a new voice mail system with new features, at the same low monthly price. The system makes it…
University of Wisconsin–Madison Provost Paul M. DeLuca Jr. has announced five finalists who are being considered for the position of chief information officer (CIO) and vice provost for information technology at the university.
Researchers at the University of Wisconsin–Madison have a significant new computing resource. Dubbed the Euclid cluster, it enables research projects to marshal the power of many computers at once to run large-scale computing jobs much faster and to move large datasets and files at high speeds among individual servers that make up the cluster.
Campus computers users may not have access to network resources during a routine maintenance session scheduled for Sunday, Jan. 9, from midnight to 8 a.m.
Mobile UW, the University of Wisconsin–Madison's official iPhone app, is now available for free download from the Apple App Store.
The old Mac-versus-PC and laptop-versus-desktop debates have given way to cell phone versus smart phone for University of Wisconsin–Madison students.
Wisconsin has received a federal boost in networking capacity thanks to $32.3 million in federal grants announced today (Aug. 18) by University of Wisconsin-Extension Provost and Vice Chancellor Christine J. Quinn. UW-Extension led the grant application process.
University of Wisconsin–Madison Provost Paul M. DeLuca Jr. has appointed Joanne Berg, UW–Madison vice provost of enrollment management, interim chief information officer (CIO).