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Data Doctor Offers Cure for Pyramid Analytics Ills

The Data Doctor is IN this semester to help you with Pyramid Analytics and myInsights reporting services. Office of Information Technology and Office of Institutional Research “Data Doctors” are teaming up to assist you with formatting, modifying and distributing reports, as well … (Read More)

Technology Learning Opportunities from OIT

The Office of Information Technology offers on-demand, classroom and ad hoc group learning opportunities for Boise State staff and faculty. On Demand Learning Resources Access to learning resources covering nearly every topic are available free of charge 24 hours per day, … (Read More)

Introducing eduroam: Secure, Easy Wireless Networking at Boise State

The Office of Information Technology is pleased to announce eduroam, a new wireless network for the Boise State community. With eduroam, you can log in once with a Boise State username and password, and not have to authenticate again as you move … (Read More)

Support Now Available for Windows 8.1 and Mac OS X 10.10

The Office of Information Technology is pleased to announce official support for Microsoft Windows 8.1 and Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite operating systems for Boise State faculty and staff computers. Both operating systems are available at no charge for Boise … (Read More)

Mark Fitzgerald

Mark Fitzgerald, Office of Information Technology, recently presented at the 2014 Association for Computing Machinery Special Interest Group on University and College Computing Services (ACM SIGUCCS) annual conference in Salt Lake City, Utah, and was published in the conference proceedings. … (Read More)

Blackboard Downtime Scheduled Nov. 28-29

The Blackboard Learning Management System will be unavailable from 6 p.m. Friday, Nov. 28, until 6 a.m. Saturday, Nov.29. The Office of Information Technology will perform maintenance on our Blackboard servers during this time. For more information, please contact the Help Desk … (Read More)

NCASM Week 3: ‘The Internet of Things’

October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month, and this week’s focus is on the critical infrastructure that makes up the “Internet of Things.” Our energy grid, transportation systems, financial institutions and communication mediums are becoming connected at an increasing rate, and … (Read More)

The Data Doctor is in

Business Intelligence and Reporting Services (BIRS), along with Institutional Analysis, Assessment and Reporting (IAAR), are presenting “Data Doctor” drop-in labs for myInsights and Pyramid reporting services this fall: Wednesday, Oct. 15, 8:30-10 a.m. (Employee Learning & Development Classroom, PAAW Building) … (Read More)

OIT Network Maintenance October 12

The Office of Information Technology will perform network maintenance on Sunday, October 12 from 6:00 am – 8:00 am. This maintenance will impact voice and data services in the following buildings on the east side of campus: Micron Engineering Center … (Read More)

Software Learning Opportunities from OIT

The Office of Information Technology has scheduled a variety of classes and drop-in sessions this fall for faculty and staff. Classes are available for WordPress, SecureForms, Microsoft Excel and Google Apps. Drop-in sessions for one-on-one assistance are scheduled for WordPress, … (Read More)

Max’s Minute: Welcome to Fall 2014

Max Davis-Johnson, associate vice president for information technology and chief information officer, blogs regularly about his vision of transparency, customers and collaboration. The Office of Information Technology was hard at work over the summer months implementing new services, including free … (Read More)

WordPress Learning Opportunities

A variety of WordPress learning opportunities for faculty and staff are available this fall at Boise State: Classes Six WordPress classes are offered for both beginners and site administrators on how to use the WordPress system, in addition to three classes on … (Read More)