For faculty and staff interested in learning more about Office 365, ITS and Microsoft are co-hosting a free presentation
We would like to remind you that your university email account will migrate to Office 365 this weekend and to spotlight available support resources.
We would like to remind our IT community that ITS is hosting a town hall meeting to discuss the upcoming migration to Microsoft Office 365 tomorrow, April 1st at 9:00 a.m. in the Dodd Konover Auditorium.
We are offering the opportunity to migrate to Office 365 prior to the university-wide deployment scheduled to start at 5:00 pm on April 10th.
We would like to remind our IT community that ITS is hosting a town hall meeting to discuss the upcoming migration to Microsoft Office 365 tomorrow, March 25th at 9:00 a.m. in the Dodd Konover Auditorium.
Below is an update on the upcoming April 10th university migration from our local email and calendar service to Microsoft’s Office 365 cloud service and to share strategies ITS is employing to ensure a smooth transition.
We are inviting members of our IT community to a town hall meeting to discuss the upcoming migration to Microsoft Office 365 and initiate a conversation about support strategies.
ITS has completed a design for the university Microsoft Office 365 initiative and would like to ask for any final feedback. Microsoft Office 365 is an organized collection of cloud-based business productivity technologies that integrates enhanced communication and collaboration tools. It is well aligned towards individuals and their ability to personally leverage technology. Adoption of […]
ITS is now in the design phase of the Microsoft Office 365 initiative. In the research phase, we received significant positive feedback with some questions and concerns from our UConn IT community. Using this information, we produced a tentative design that was reviewed by the ITS IT Technical Partners governance body. The architecture is now […]
ITS has launched an initiative to explore a Microsoft Office 365 service offering for the University of Connecticut. Microsoft Office 365 has the potential to enhance individual productivity and facilitate collaboration. It would provide significantly larger mailboxes, Office sharing and interaction tools, text and video chat, one terabyte of personal cloud storage, and other useful […]