IT Services has started to receive feedback this afternoon that the AT&T U-Verse connectivity issue, first reported last evening and subsequently resolved by AT&T, has returned.
IT Services is pleased to introduce a replacement for the current paper-based process used to request access to Banner with a fully-online authorization workflow.
At 3:00 a.m. Friday November 17, 2017 ITS implemented a high-availability wireless authentication system to support the upcoming campus-wide network upgrade. This technology is designed to improve resiliency and increase capacity on the wireless network.
Improvements have been made to the IT Services Student Computer Lab located in the Ottenheimer Library.
Starting in Summer 2017, Residence Hall wired connections require a new method to gain access to the Internet.
Google has developed a new way to view your mailbox called Inbox by Gmail. On Friday, June 23, 2017, this new, alternative service will be available for all email users at UA Little Rock. You may choose to use Inbox, continue to use the traditional Gmail interface, or switch between both as desired.
For many students and faculty, the IT Services computer lab, located on the first floor of the Ottenheimer Library, is a critical tool they use almost daily to assist them with class work, researching projects, and printing assignments.
Beginning today, two new wireless network IDs (UALR-WiFi & UALR-IoT) will be enabled for UALR main campus use.
When you request support from IT Services, we send you a number of email messages with important information about your request and updates from your technician.
On November 8, 2016, two new wireless SSIDs have been advertised campus-wide, UALR-WiFi and UALR-IoT for use by a select group of individuals who have volunteered to be beta-testers.