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May 22 IT Outage Planned

   May 6, 2021
Banner, NinerNET password & Duo management among IT services to be unavailable on Saturday, May 22. Read more


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Prepare for Google storage changes

   May 3, 2021

While you’re spring cleaning this year, don’t forget your Google Workspace files. With Google’s recent announcement on planning to end unlimited Google Workspace storage beginning in June 2022 (see Additional Information:...

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Brief data center outage planned for May 1

   April 21, 2021
Expect brief blips in connectivity to my.uncc.edu, Banner and other systems on Saturday, May 1, as Network Services technicians connect new routers and move data center equipment. Read more


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IT Tips for Returning to Campus

   April 15, 2021
In the coming months, many of us will return to campus for the first time in more than a year. If you’re coming back after several months away, the tips below will help you get your personal or work devices reconnected to IT on campus. Read more


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‘IceID’ malware shocks US Universities

   April 12, 2021
A malware designed to destroy your personal computer is taking major U.S. Universities by storm. Coast-to-coast, higher ed is feeling the chill of the trojan malware known as IceID. Read more


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New software access for students

   March 10, 2021
Now students have two new options to access more software than ever before! Read more


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Coming Soon: Duo for Students

   March 2, 2021
Starting in March 2021, the Duo for Students requirement will roll out to student NinerNET accounts. Along with increased account protection, students enrolled in Duo will increase their password expiration from every 180 days to 365 days. Read more


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New data center serves as the nucleus for University tech

   February 26, 2021
A new, enterprise-level data center has opened to centralize the University’s critical computing resources. The center will house all enterprise and unit-specific systems, administrative computing systems and academic computing systems, including Banner. Read more


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Making the move to Zoom

   February 18, 2021
As Fall 2020 surveys and usage data indicated preferences for Zoom, the University will transition to Zoom and Google Meet as supported web conferencing options. Read more


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Upgrade to the latest OS by March 24

   February 10, 2021
Upgrade University computers to Windows 10, version 20H2, and macOS Big Sur by Wednesday, March 24. Read more