The Emergency Broadband Benefit is a temporary FCC program to help households struggling to afford internet service during the pandemic.
IT Services is ready to assist departments in identifying any workstations or other devices that are broken, reached their end-of-life, or are unsupported.
The recent conclusion of the telecommunications project has successfully replaced UA Little Rock’s aged Centrex telephone system with a modernized Mitel VoIP system.
The new and even more advanced UA Little Rock Virtual Private Network (VPN) is expected to be in use by mid-May.
The online cybersecurity training program is designed to mitigate cyber risks as much as possible by increasing the cybersecurity awareness of UA Little Rock faculty and staff.
Coming soon with the latest Degree Works upgrade is the new Responsive Dashboard that will become the primary landing page for advisors and students.
Cyberattacks are on the rise since working from home became necessary over the past year.
Livestreaming video conferencing systems have been added to 17 academic classrooms and administrative conference rooms across campus.
Student Affairs and IT Services launched the Barnes and Noble Adoption & Insight Portal that can be used by faculty/staff for researching, adopting and sharing insights about textbooks and course materials.