The Office of Information Technology
Create and Edit Microsoft Office Files for iPad
Microsoft recently released free Office applications for iPad. Learn how to create and edit files with this new tool by purchasing a subscription to Office 365.
Degree Tracker is Now Available!
The University Enterprise Roadmap has completed rollout of the Degree Tracker eAdvising tool. Degree Tracker helps you and your advisor map out the fastest path to graduation!
BroncoPrint Color Printouts
We've reduced the cost of BroncoPrint color printouts for students to $ . 25 through the rest of the semester! Learn more about BroncoPrint printing services.
Pyramid Analytics Is Now Available
The University Enterprise Roadmap is pleased to announce the release of Pyramid Analytics, a replacement for ProClarity.
myBoiseState Mobile v. 1.5 is Here!
New features in myBoiseState Mobile include the ability for faculty and staff to log in and access info, emergency contact numbers, and much more!
For support, contact the Office of Information Technology Help Desk.
Phone - 208-426-4357 (HELP) | Email - firstname.lastname@example.org | Chat - Chat support
Self-Service - support.boisestate.edu | Scheduled Maintenance & System Downtime – my.boisestate.edu
- Passwords: Reset your password.
- Help Desk Hours: 7:00am – 10:00pm M-Th; 7:00am – 6:00pm F
- After-Hours Support: To report major network outages only outside Help Desk hours, contact 426-BNET.
- Help Desk @ the Zone:
The Zone @ the ILC, Room 128
The Zone @ the Student Union Building, near Fresh Express
The Zone @ the Micron Business & Economics Building, 2nd Floor
- OIT Business Services: 1142 Euclid Ave., MS 1412 | Phone: 208.426.1433
- Max Davis-Johnson, Associate Vice President & Chief Information Officer: email@example.com
Apr 23 2014
Beginning the week of April 21, Windows Update messages on computers managed by the Office of
Apr 16 2014
Microsoft Office Mobile for iPad was recently released, and allows you to open and view
Apr 11 2014
A major Internet security flaw was announced on Monday evening called “Heartbleed.” Essentially, it’s a