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Broadband Development Group
NIU’s Broadband Development Group (BDG) has moved from the Division of Outreach, Engagement and Regional Development to the Division of Information Technology (DoIT). Since 2007, the BDG and DoIT have worked closely to develop broadband networks for community anchor institutions like libraries, schools, public safety agencies, community colleges, and municipal governments throughout northern Illinois. The...
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Faculty and staff can attend online sessions of the Educause 2014 Annual Conference for free, courtesy of the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) training team, part of the Division of Information Technology. The sessions will be held at the Wellness and Literacy Building, 3100 Sycamore Road. The Educause annual conference has multiple simultaneous tracks, so the...
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Telecommunications have changed dramatically since NIU first began operating its own Nortel SL100 telephone switch in 1989. The Division of Information Technology is in the information gathering phase of upgrading NIU’s voice system. Feedback is needed. IT Communication Services and Client First, a telecommunications consulting firm, will host meetings Wednesday, Sept. 10, and Thursday, Sept. 11,...
Office 365 Student Advantage
Office 365 Student Advantage is up and running. As soon as it became available Aug. 15, students started signing in. By the end of the first day of fall semester, 1,844 students had signed in at O365.niu.edu. All students have a subscription as long as they are enrolled. They can install Office 365 on their...
NIU’s Division of Information Technology announces the campus-wide availability of Qualtrics, a powerful yet easy-to-use survey tool. Through an enterprise agreement, Qualtrics is now available free of charge to all NIU students, faculty and staff. The Qualtrics tool replaces third-party survey applications such as Surveymonkey. NIU’s College of Business has been using Qualtrics since last fall and...
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