Information Technology Services works together with our customers to provide solution recommendations, custom development, and application support tailored to our customers’ individual needs. Each of our solutions are developed and supported in accordance with industry best practices to guarantee security, availability, maintainability, and interoperability. If you need assistance with researching, developing, or supporting an application, we encourage you to contact us. We look forward to hearing from you!
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln has three Apple developer accounts and an account for the Android marketplace. Developers who want to publish an app branded by UNL will need to use these resources.
Box is a storage and collaboration service that gives faculty, staff and students the ability to access, store, and share content securely—anywhere, anytime, on virtually any device.
Order wire to be pulled for phone and/or data lines. There can be up to 8 ports on a single faceplate.
Information Technology Services' Networking and Operations Center combines some of the functions of the networking and systems groups into an extended-hour center to maintain the NUnet backbone and the central services provided to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Virtual Desktops and Applications are hosted within the University data center, and are remotely accessed by users anywhere in the world.
LISTSERV provides everything you need to manage all of your opt-in email lists, including email newsletters, announcements, discussion groups and email communities.
UNL has partnered with Microsoft to launch e-mail and other digital communication services.
Telecommunications handles numerous phone services, including departmental service, dorm service, pagers and VoIP.
Before relocating your phone, please contact Information Technology Services at 402-472-3434 or email@example.com to update your location information. Accurate location information is essential for 911 emergency services.
To better ensure that emergency responders are able to quickly identify the location of an emergency, in the event you need to call 911, your first choice should be to call from a wired-line phone or cellular phone. If you do choose to call 911 from a soft-phone, you will need to stay on the line with 911 dispatch to confirm your exact location.
Unified Messaging (UM) simplifies everyday communications by letting you manage all of your messages using a PC or a phone.
UNLcms is a web publishing (content management) system which provides content creators a greatly simplified way to create and maintain websites for their college, department, unit or student group.
The UNL Web Framework is the foundation for UNL's website, and is primarily maintained by the Digital Experience Group (a partnership of University Communication and Information Technology Services) in collaboration with the Web Developer Network.
A virtual private network (VPN) creates a secure connection to NU networks. You may be required to use a VPN in order to access certain computer systems for work or class. Once you connect through the VPN, you will be able to access your campus resources at Kearney, Lincoln, and Omaha remotely in the same manner as if your device was physically on campus.
Server virtualization is a server hosting service where multiple servers can reside on a single physical host system.
The University of Nebraska provides access to the internet and university resources via a wireless network available on campus as well as many common outdoor areas.
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