Conference rooms, especially with video conferencing equipment, are expensive to build and more expensive to maintain over time. Let the Office of Information Technology equip your conference room and provide worry-free support and maintenance for a simple monthly fee–no initial investment … (Read More) Tech-Friendly Conference Rooms for a Monthly Fee
The Sixth Annual Bronco Appathon returns to Boise State March 10 – 12, 2017. Open to all registered Boise State students, Bronco Appathon is a weekend marathon of coding to earn cash prizes and awards. Free food and beverages are provided … (Read More) Write Code, Earn Cash at the Sixth Annual Bronco Appathon!
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!
The Office of Information Technology’s Research Computing Support Department will host a Coffee and Donuts for Researchers Forum on Thursday, Feb. 2, in Albertsons Library Room 201C. The room is on the second floor through the College of Innovation and … (Read More) Coffee and Donuts for Researchers, February 2
The Boise State community is invited to attend the First Annual 2017 Process Improvement Symposium on Thursday, January 26 in the Jordan D Ballroom, Student Union Building, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm. Boise State’s Department of Systems and Process Improvement will … (Read More) Process Improvement Symposium Celebrates Campus Innovations
The Office of Information Technology will perform critical network maintenance between noon and 8:00 pm on Friday, January 6. Potential impacts to the campus community are expected to be few, brief, and intermittent. Internet access, telephone calls to or from … (Read More) Unscheduled Network Maintenance Friday, January 6
Steve Cutchin, associate professor of computer science, has been named the new director of the Research Computing department at Boise State University, following the retirement of previous director Brian McDevitt. Research Computing assists researchers and faculty with centralized high-performance computing, … (Read More) Steve Cutchin Named Director of Research Computing
Apple will release the newest version of its desktop/laptop operating system, macOS Sierra, on Tuesday, September 20. New features in macOS Sierra features include Siri integration, improved handoff capabilities between Apple devices, and an easier method of managing disk space. … (Read More) Support for Upcoming macOS Sierra Release
Last September, we rolled out TechSmith Relay Library which gives you the ability to store, share and manage all your video content in one place. This fall, we’re giving you the control to record lectures and presentations in any room … (Read More) Create, Edit and Manage Videos–all with Boise State’s TechSmith Suite of Video Tools