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Free Microsoft Whiteboard app integrates with Teams

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Included in the University of Utah's campus agreement with Microsoft and integrated with Microsoft Teams, Microsoft Whiteboard lets you create and share digital whiteboards. There is no cost to current U students, staff, and faculty.

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Some Microsoft software no longer available via Kivuto

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Effective January 1, 2021, some Microsoft software is no longer available through the Kivuto OnTheHub web store. Microsoft will continue to provide updates for software previously purchased though the Kivuto web store.

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'U Rising': CIO Hess on keeping Utahns digitally connected

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CIO Steve Hess joined President Ruth Watkins on the most recent episode of the “U Rising” podcast to discuss the U’s role in providing a statewide network infrastructure and other digital tools, and the initiative to enhance both last year.

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UTech student management system joins USS

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After bouncing around a bit, Northstar and its four-member team have finally found a home in UIT’s University Support Services (USS) — a natural fit for the two enterprise software development shops.

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Adobe Flash Player support ends on 12/31. Get ready now.

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After December 31, 2020, Adobe will stop distributing and updating Flash Player — just short of its 20th birthday. While many major browsers will automatically disable Flash Player before then, users still may need to uninstall the software on their operating systems in order to prevent any security vulnerabilities.

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MathWorks is now free for U community members


The University of Utah has signed a new five-year campus-wide software agreement that makes MathWorks MATLAB Total Academic Headcount (TAH) available to eligible students, staff, and faculty at no cost starting on Thursday, October 1, 2020.

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MobileU app connects students to campus life and resources

A screenshot of version 2 of the MobileU app, launching sometime this fall.

MobileU debuted in March 2020, becoming the U’s first centralized smartphone app. Developed by UIT’s University Support Services teams, MobileU has three objectives: personalize content, notifications, and communications; unify and streamline the user experience; and create a stronger connection to the campus community.

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Student Software Catalog, computer labs, IT guides

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A portal to help students purchase and manage software from the university's Office of Software Licensing (OSL) is now available via Campus Information Services (CIS). Plus, we have a list of all the computer labs open on campus this semester.

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Last Updated: 4/13/21