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Users of the Information Technology Services-supported NIUNT Domain and NIUNT Forest might experience intermittent authentication and wireless issues Tuesday and Wednesday. An upgrade to the NIUNT Domain is scheduled from 5 to 6 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 10.  The NIUNT Forest upgrade will take place between 5 and 6 a.m. Wednesday, Jan. 11. For more information,...
Information Technology Services and Verizon Wireless worked together over the summer to meet the growing demand for cellular voice and data communications by faculty and students. As wireless devices are being used for Internet browsing, social networking, email, text and photo/video messaging, plus downloading a host of available apps, adequate and available network capacity and...
Over the summer, ITS installed more than 150 wireless access points, bringing the total number of campus access points to approximately 450. The newly installed devices provide the highest possible data speed and widest area of coverage to give students and faculty the best wireless experience. To accelerate progress toward 100 percent campus coverage, ITS...
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The campus wireless network known as “NIUWireless” will be converted Monday, Aug. 8, to a new method of user authentication requiring the import of a new security certificate. Newer mobile devices will automatically prompt users to import this new certificate while older devices might need to manually import the security certificate. Configuration instructions, along with...
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Wi-Fi (wireless network) has become an important way to communicate, collaborate and learn on college campuses. Students, faculty and staff expect Wi-Fi access everywhere on campus. In fact, most students say Wi-Fi access is necessary for a positive college experience. Currently, the campus has approximately 300 wireless access points. This summer, ITS will install over...