To support your efforts to engage students in and out of the classroom, we have improved Blackboard and launched a new multimedia service. Some of these changes you’ll see now, while others will be complete by fall semester.
On March 26, the Lawrence City Commission approved an agreement with the University of Kansas to share fiber optic infrastructure in the city and on campus.
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The KU Computer Security Incident Response Team will be giving a special presentation on secure shell (SSH) Honeypots and their use at KU.
As we begin 2013, we want to provide an update on the technology initiatives that KU Information Technology spends the majority of our time and resources on.
KU students increasingly rely on mobile devices—whether smartphone, tablet or laptop―for work and personal use. But, there’s nothing worse than watching your battery bars dwindle knowing your power cable is at home.
The University of Kansas and KU Information Technology have partnered with eduroam, a secure, worldwide roaming Internet access service developed for the international research and education communities.
After months of work by dedicated staff on both the Lawrence and KUMC campuses, the major changes to how employees manage their personal time and labor, absence management and other HR functions are now complete.
The University of Kansas Libraries and KU Information Technology, in partnership with the Greater Western Library Alliance and the Great Plains Network, have been awarded a grant from the Institute for Museum and Library Studies to explore and plan a shared regional approach to help researchers m