News for Faculty and Staff

Over 40 Faculty Use Ready-Made Website Service

With less than a month under its belt, the new faculty ready-made website service is already popular. Why? Faculty can create professional websites in under an hour.

New wireless service arrived April 12th: UNLV-Secure

UNLV-Secure is now available. The new UNLV-Secure wireless network encrypts your data as it is sent between your mobile device and wireless access points. It protects information from interception by customers who share wireless service within the same location.

Why should you use UNLV-Secure?

WebCampus Now Supports Additional Browsers

WebCampus now supports Firefox 3.0 and 3.6 as well as Safari 4.x for the Mac.  You will no longer receive pop-up warnings when using these browsers.  Please note that Internet Explorer 8 and Firefox 3.5 have known issues with WebCampus.

Two great ways to protect your computer from viruses

Be sure to protect your computer from infections. If you have not done so already, please do the following:

UNLV Wireless Login Page Updated

The log in page for the "UNLV" wireless network was updated with a new look on Thursday, February 18.

Computer Training Schedule for Spring 2010 Now Posted

The Spring 2010 OIT computer training schedule has been announced. Courses include an introduction to Office 2007 as well as classes covering Excel, Word and PowerPoint.

New Wireless (Wi-Fi) Service for UNLV Guests, Available Jan. 14th

Do you host campus guests like alumni, parents, local news crews, lecturers, vendors or researchers? Beginning Thursday, January 14, 2009, your guests will have free, easy wireless (Wi-Fi) Internet access in hotspot locations on campus.

Wireless (Wi-Fi) Now Available in CBC-C

The Classroom Building Complex building C (CBC-C) now has full wireless coverage. The Office of Information Technology installed 24 new access points on Thursday, January 7, 2009. CBC-C has high density Wi-Fi coverage throughout the building. This is part of an ongoing initiative to expand wireless coverage on campus, as requested by students and faculty in OIT annual surveys.

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