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UIT to cap U of U Google Workspace storage limits on 10/16

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Users who have surpassed their allotted university Google Workspace storage limit must reduce their storage use to the appropriate level or pay for additional U of U Google Workspace storage as soon as possible.

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University-wide Microsoft Teams migration begins this month

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Starting this week, UIT will begin the university-wide migration of Skype for Business chat and collaboration and voice accounts to Microsoft Teams. UIT’s Account Executives will work directly with departments that depend on Skype for Business for voice services and conference rooms.

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New form tool almost ready for Omni CMS customers

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FormAssembly, the new cloud service replacing UIT’s current form creation and management tool, will empower Omni CMS users to create and update their forms, and embed them in their websites.

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Top IT resources for U students, faculty, and staff

IT resources available to U students include laptops from Marriott Library.

Whether you are a new or returning student, faculty member, or staff member, these five IT resources/services will prepare you for the year ahead and set you up for success.

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Microsoft Teams upgrade: Free training available

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Microsoft is hosting several first- and second-level Microsoft Teams training sessions for University of Utah community members in advance of the university’s migration from Skype for Business to Microsoft Teams this fall.

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IT upgrades will modernize U's communication technology

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Starting in May, UIT will begin two major IT infrastructure projects to modernize the university’s communication technology and better meet the needs of those working, learning, and teaching remotely.

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New software will support Admissions' test-optional pilot

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Brainware — an optical character recognition software that UIT is helping the university purchase and integrate — is expected to increase access for high school students and college transfers, improve admissions decisions, and help increase student retention.

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Last Updated: 4/11/22