Spring is an ideal time to reflect on our achievements over the past year as well as to renew our drive and commitment to meet the next challenges we will undertake.
In the fall of 2018, UA Little Rock went live with the upgrade from Banner 8 to Banner 9.
Dr. Veysel Erdag, Chief Information Security Officer at UA Little Rock, provided information during National Cybersecurity Awareness Month that helps everyone be better protected when using the internet.
The wired port migration phase of the network upgrade project has been completed by IT Services.
Partnership. It is a term we hear often, but for UA Little Rock IT Services, partnership represents an alliance that we seek with every one of our projects.
IT Services is pleased to introduce the UA Little Rock Information Technology Services Newsletter, Edition 1, Fall 2018.
Banner 9 is here! Here are some important facts about what to expect from the new Banner 9 experience.
Toggle, a national trade journal that highlights the vital role technology plays in a variety of companies and organizations, recently interviewed Thomas Bunton, Chief Information Officer for UA Little Rock, to discuss how the school has successfully overhauled its aging network.
IT Services (ITS) recently partnered with the Chancellor’s Committee on the ADA (CADA) and the UA Little Rock Disability Resource Center (DRC) in their goal of working with the campus community to ensure that physical, curricular, and web environments are designed to be barrier-free to the extent possible.
IT Services welcomes our new students to the Fall 2018 semester!