October is Cybersecurity Awareness month, and Administrative Technologies strives to keep you informed and up to date on all things cyber safety.
Illinois State University Information Technology (IT) professionals assembled in the State Farm Hall of Business on August 6 for the Continuous Improvement in Technology (CIT) conference.
A new course in ReggieNet, “Introduction to Technology at Illinois State,” is now available to guide students through the ins and outs of Illinois State’s technology.
Students and instructors should plan for ReggieNet to be offline for most of the day.
Illinois State is jumping into the video game space with the creation of the Digital Innovation, Graphics, and Gaming Studio (DIGGS).
Making it work—Jen Bethmann helps Illinois State with efforts on accessibility and universal design.
Thanks to the launch of a new IT HELP website, Illinois State University staff, faculty, and students will now have an easier time seeking help or assistance with their technology needs.
On May 18-19, technology staff will take advantage of one of the quietest times of the year to upgrade the campus network infrastructure.
Illinois State University Information Technology (IT) professionals met in the State Farm Hall of Business on May 3, 2019, for networking, education, and recognition opportunities at the spring Continuous Improvement in Technology Extension (CITx) conference. CITx is a half-day conference that sprung from the full-day CIT conference held each summer since 2013. CIT brings Illinois
A need to retire an aging technology coupled with an opportunity for new, useful features, led to the recent unveiling of Budget Center.