Departments wanting to use FY23 funds should submit their technology product requisitions by Monday, May 1.
This upgrade to campus desktop computers will ensure that all of our applications, software, and processes are compatible with Windows 11.
As cybersecurity threats become more frequent and sophisticated, the SOC will evolve to protect the research, educational, and business goals at UA Little Rock.
It is hard to believe another semester has ended and we are heading into the holidays. I hope you have had a great semester!
IT Services joined the nationwide Open Science Grid Consortium (OSG) in support of the National Science & Engineering community.
This year IT Services enhanced the access method for logging into all UA Little Rock applications by implementing Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) Single sign-on (SSO).
Mac device compliance ensures they are properly updated and that the required antivirus software is running on them.
IT Services has implemented policies, procedures, and technologies to protect information and privacy for all employees.
By adding more layers of security through MFA, the university benefits from a solution that secures data from unauthorized access and protects resources.
The new Enrollment Management application, SLATE CRM, will improve efficiencies in both the recruiting process and in admissions management.