Last week TechSmith released a new feature to our Boise State Relay Library: folders! You can now create folders and subfolders to organize your videos and media content in TechSmith Relay Library. You can also share a link to a … (Read More) Folders Are Here for Your TechSmith Relay Library!
“We’re over 95% virtualized, and that’s unheard of in higher ed,” Max Davis-Johnson, Chief Information Officer at Boise State University, tells me over the blues music and mechanical sounds of seasonal lattes being made at Starbucks in Albertsons Library. “We … (Read More) Google, Amazon and the Boise State Public Cloud
We routinely run automated processes to ensure the right people have the right computer system roles and access at Boise State. Early this morning, one of those processes went awry. A script that tells one of processes what to do … (Read More) What Happened?
Google has redesigned and updated Google Sites to improve ease of use, and provide better integration with other G Suite (Google Apps) applications. With Google Sites, you can create your own websites without prior coding knowledge or training. Google Sites is not … (Read More) New Google Sites
Google has recently released some great new G Suite (formerly Google Apps) features of benefit to the Boise State community. These new features can add value by taking the guess work out of who is doing what in a group project, … (Read More) New G Suite Features: Action Items, Badges, Forms and Voice Typing
Google recently announced a rebrand of Google Apps. G Suite for Education is the new name for the familiar set of productivity and collaboration applications used by our Boise State campus community. The applications themselves (Gmail, Google Calendar, Google Drive, etc.) … (Read More) G Suite for Education
Oracle recently featured Chief Technology Officer Max Davis-Johnson in a video articulating our use of Oracle’s BI Cloud Service to discover important trends happening in students’ academic activities. Professors and administrators use these insights to help guide students on their path towards … (Read More) Making Boise State Students Successful with Oracle BI Cloud Service
The Office of Information Technology is in the process of removing QuickTime for Windows from University computers supported by OIT, as well as public computers on campus. This removal requires no action on your part. QuickTime for Windows was recently … (Read More) We’re Removing QuickTime for Windows (and You Should Too)
Upload video files from your computer, create screen recording videos and even import YouTube videos using your Boise State-managed TechSmith Relay Library! Watch this one-minute video to learn about these features: unlimited storage for your videos; share videos with individuals, … (Read More) Manage Your Video Content in One Place
Microsoft Office 2016 for Windows and Mac is now available to install on University-owned computers! What’s new in Office 2016? Tell Me box: Start typing a question or what you are trying to do and Office will guide you through the … (Read More) Microsoft Office 2016 Now Available