Please join us noon to 1 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 20 for Chief Information Security Officer Dr. Veysel Erdag’s online webinar “How to secure your devices at work and security basics for working remotely”.
In order to help protect UA Little Rock’ valuable information, this project is encrypting data as an effective way to minimize cyber risks and threats.
When using Incident Ticket, IT Services can assist you in selecting the right product.
As progress continues on Workday, users are encouraged to utilize tools for a better user experience.
The Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) migration project continues to achieve steady progress as it nears completion of phase 5 scheduled for November 30.
Mobile application and web-based Print Center allows for contactless printing at Ottenheimer Library.
Virtual platforms offer ways to keep your environment private.
Before you can connect to some protected campus resources from home, you must first set up a Virtual Private Network (VPN) connection on your computer.
UA Little Rock IT Services supports NCSAM and is dedicated to increasing awareness throughout our campus community regarding the importance of practicing cybersecurity everyday.