VCU Technology Services is pleased to offer multiple options to students, faculty, and staff for remote work and leisure during the COVID-19 crisis and beyond. To accommodate increased demand for teleworking tools, Google has been upgrading the Meet application with new features.
Google announced today that they are dropping web application support for older browsers beginning on August 1, 2011. The affected browsers are Firefox 3.5, Internet Explorer 7, and Safari 3. Google says that they need to do this in order to support new, HTML5-based, features for Gmail, Google Docs and other products. Google also laid out plans […]
Lotus Traveler for Android devices is now available. Users in the beta program must completely uninstall and reinstall the application and installer. Please refer to http://ts.vcu.edu/kb/3592.html for further information. Please contact Doctor Notes, firstname.lastname@example.org, or the VCU helpIT Center at 828-2227 for additional assistance.
Everybody needs a good map from time to time. Whether you are on vacation or trying to find your way to class on the first day of school (See VCU Mobile), a map can help you find your way. But we often need a map to help us navigate the academic landscape as well. The […]