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02/07/2019
Winter Bowling Unites IT Services Staff
bowling-seidl-thumb.pngduring this past winter break and winter term, a good number of IT Services staff chose to spend our Thursday evenings rolling for strikes and spares and sharing a few laughs at the Oxford Lanes bowling center.
02/07/2019
Winter gift ideas for the techie in your life
fitness-tracker-250.jpgWinter holidays and birthdays are great excuses to give the gift of technology.
02/05/2019
IT Diversity Committee honored by President Crawford
diversity-honor-250.jpgPresident Crawford presented the IT Diversity Committee with a certificate honoring their stewardship in promoting diversity and inclusion at Miami.
01/30/2019
Introducing David Seidl, CIO and VP of Information Technology at Miami University
seidl-headshot.jpgMiami University Information Technology Services welcomes David Seidl.
01/16/2019
Accessibility update: Google Slides captioning now available
google-slides-logoGoogle Slides, the Apps answer to Microsoft PowerPoint, can now add automatic captions to presentations.
01/09/2019
Check your app at /ITStatus
it-status-thumb.jpgThe new IT Status page will be your one-stop shop to determine whether a problem you are having is university-wide, or if the issue has been reported to IT.
12/07/2018
Changes to Television Delivery on Campus Coming Soon
old-tv-thumb.jpegThe video delivery landscape continues to evolve on campus. And it will continue to change over the course of the next year here at Miami. The next big change to come will affect traditional cable television in academic and administrative buildings.
12/07/2018
ATS Lunch & Learn a Huge Success
mucat-amit-james-thumbA very special Accessible Technology lunch & learn with the Miami University Center for Assistive Technology (MU CAT) took place on November 2, for the Miami University community. The event was sponsored by the Accessible Technology Services team.
12/07/2018
Reminder about MInE Decommissioning
mine-data-thumb.jpgInformation Technology Services will be retiring the MInE (Miami Information Environment) reporting system at the end of the year. Originally, the hope was it could be decommissioned in May, however, most reports will now be ready before December 31.