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Upcoming Kaltura Training – September 2016

Have you experienced Kaltura yet? Kaltura is VCU’s cloud-based video management system that facilitates the conversion and distribution of audio and video formats online. It combines intuitive methods for recording, publishing and interactive viewing on any device in or outside of the classroom.  Join us and learn more about this great resource! Visit the TS Training website to […]

Workshops Partner Collaboration

There may be an app for that, but how do you get the most out of it for your needs? Appy Hour is a monthly brown bag workshop that highlights different topics for VCU faculty and staff. The free sessions are offered at various campus locations through RamTech, VCU’s computer store and technology showroom, located […]

Additional appsforVCU Training Sessions & Getting Started Guide Available

We are well underway on the deployment of the new faculty and staff appsforVCU email service powered by Google Apps for Education. Many faculty and staff have attended Sneak Peek sessions over the past month. We are now opening up a number of hands-on sessions for appsforVCU email and calendar. These sessions are available on-site […]

learnIT@Lunch: Working Wise With Your Computer

The last learnIT@Lunch program for this academic year is this Tuesday, March 8 2011, beginning at 12 noon in the Student Commons Forum Room. Working Wise With Your Computer is a follow up to our 411 session in January to learn even more about your computer. We’ll cover more tips for using both a Windows 7 […]

Seminar: Laptop Computers for Students, Faculty and Staff

The new Lenovo Laptop Computer Program, G2G Mobile@VCU, is available to all faculty, staff and students at VCU. Whether you already own a G2G laptop, are thinking about one for your home or office or your program, G2G has specially priced and specially configured options for you. Learn about the location and capabilities of the […]

Seminar – Computer Security: A Continuing Process

Computer security is more of a challenge now then ever before. Technology Services Kay Sommers and Jesse Crim will address these security challenges on Wednesday, April 4, 11am-12pm in Tompkins-McCaw Library, Room 2-010. Join them as they attempt to answer questions on security and review best practices on how to ensure that your computer is […]

Technology Services Short Courses

Enhance your computer software skills or learn how to select computer components for upgrades and purchases. Sign up for one of Technology Services short courses to expand your technology skills. We offer courses in the use of Microsoft office products, Macromedia software, research applications such as SAS and SPSS, and a new course on Computer […]

Technology Seminars: Microsoft VISTA – Office2007 – Product Licensing

Technology Services will host information sessions on the new release of Microsoft VISTA and Office2007. Kevin Dean, Microsoft’s systems engineer and account representative for the Mid-Atlantic region, will be on site to discuss the impact of deploying VISTA and Office2007. Three sessions will be held on January 22, 2007 in Cabell B-35 and simulcast to […]

Technology Services Seminar – Computer Security: A Continuing Process

Technology Services is offering a seminar on computer security. This session will attempt to answer this question by reviewing several best practices you can take to ensure that your computer is protected and safe. Some of the components of the VCU Security Program will also be described. Please join Kay Sommers, VCU’s Information Security Officer, […]

Technology Services Seminar: Network Modernization Voice Over IP & Wireless

The new digital IP phones are coming. Learn about two major projects affecting the VCU data network. The ePhones@VCU project presentation and the wireless network presentation each provide a brief overview of the selected solutions, implementation schedules, and potential benefits to the University. Please join Bill Jones and Keith Deane from VCUnet, Technology Services on […]

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