Faculty and Staff may obtain discounted annual licensing for the Adobe Creative Cloud for personal use.
Software, technical, and business online training modules are available to all UNM faculty, staff, and students. Faculty can incorporate modules into class syllabi, staff can advance careers, and students can work smarter with skills learned on lynda.com. Go to lynda.unm.edu and log in.
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded UNM Information Technologies a $150,000 grant for Fall 2015 to advance the educational and research capacities of smaller colleges and universities throughout New Mexico, and in bordering areas of Arizona and Texas.
UNM Chief Information Officer and Principal Investigator for the grant, Gil Gonzales, commented that "This award recognizes the role of UNM as the flagship higher education institution to use technology to advance research, education and economic development statewide. Our partnerships with New Mexico State University, Co-Principal Investigator, and New Mexico Tech, are key in this state-wide endeavor." more ...
Microsoft released the latest version of its flagship OS, Windows 10, on July 29th. Many of you have likely seen a small Microsoft symbol floating in your taskbar the last few weeks, and some may have even clicked on it to upgrade.
IT strongly discourages users from upgrading to Windows 10 until compatibility testing for UNM Enterprise Applications have been completed. If you do upgrade, you may encounter problems with enterprise applications. more ...
IT CSS Service Desk is the "front door" to provide services contributing to the success of UNM Community members dealing with technology issues and changing needs.