A box contains ipad, iphone, which are used for website testing

Student Affairs Relies on Microsoft Lync, now called “Skype for Business”

itufsa user

By Julia McBee August 3, 2015 –  If you’re wondering why you hear more typing than footsteps in the departments of the Division of Student Affairs, it’s probably because staff is communicating via Microsoft Lync, renamed as “Skype for Business.” Skype for Business is the same communications software as Lync. It features instant messaging, video conferencing, voicemail, email and the ability …

Student in green shirt using a laptop on campus

IT Assistance Imperative to Students during #UFMoveIn

itufsa user

By Brooke Perry August 3, 2015 –  Welcome to #UFMoveIn Week at the University of Florida. To monitor these issues and help get students connected quickly and effectively, the Student Affairs IT Assistance team steps in to provide support. IT Assistance To The Rescue The Student Affairs IT Assistance Residential Support service provides residents with computer and Internet help and support. Their mission is to assist residents …

student in green shirt smiling and holding a laptop

Student Affairs Uses MailMeter for Email Efficiency

itufsa user

By Julia McBee August 3, 2015 –  MailMeter is a service offered by the Students Affairs IT Team to help search, retrieve and archive emails. All emails sent and received to your mailbox will be automatically sent to MailMeter for archiving and attachment stubbing. Student Affairs has been using Mailmeter for over six years now and has seen the size …

student answering phone calls at DH Net help desk

Changes to Laptop Services from UF Help Desk

itufsa user

AUGUST 3, 2015 By Julia McBee On Friday, June 19th, 2015, the UF Computing Help Desk will no longer provide Charged Laptop Services. However, they will still provide basic consulting and diagnosing for laptops and mobile devices via their phone support option. The Division of Student Affairs IT Assistance team will continue to provide the following services for on-campus residents: …