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Attention Students! Top 10 Technology Tips for the Fall Semester

Posted on: August 11th, 2014 by JIMMY BALL

Welcome! The Office of Information Technology (IT) has been busy preparing for new and returning students. Below are some of the key technology topics; please take a moment to get up to speed. Protect your WebID.   Your UM WebID is used to access many University systems and services mentioned below.  Please treat it like your […]

Get up to Speed on the IT Enhancements over the Summer

Posted on: August 11th, 2014 by JIMMY BALL

Welcome! The Office of Information Technology (IT) has been busy preparing  for new and returning faculty and students. Below are some of the important changes we made during the summer along with links to common websites and informative TECHNews articles. SAP Grants Management To provide enhanced oversight of research funding, the University implemented an additional […]

The Fall 2013 IT Survival Guide

Posted on: August 8th, 2013 by JIMMY BALL

Welcome! The Office of Information Technology (IT) has been busy preparing  for new and returning faculty and students. Below are some of the important changes we made during the summer along with links to common websites and informative TECHNews articles. UM Google All students are given UM Gmail accounts which include access to Gmail, Google […]

Computer Lab Enhanced in Weir Hall

Posted on: September 15th, 2012 by RONALD SAVELL
Weir Hall Media-scape Table

The Galtney Center for Academic Computing in Weir Hall opened in November 2002.  The Center was made possible by a $4 million gift from Ole Miss Alumni Will and Susanne Galtney of Houston, TX.  Commonly referred to as the Weir Hall computer lab, students and employees have access to 50 computers around the clock.   During the Fall and […]

Wireless Printing for Students – New!

Posted on: March 3rd, 2011 by Deetra Wiley

Students –   Do you need to print your documents from your personal computer or laptop to a centralized location on campus?  If yes, you now have the convenience of wireless printing.  The Office of Information Technology (IT) is making this new service available in response to specific requests from students. The Idea Taylor McGraw, newly elected Associated Student […]