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Tag: Division of Information Technology

Director of undergraduate studies for IT writes and produces award winning film

After going through a total of six years of table reads and revisions, the small 700 word article for a flash fiction magazine has evolved into a complete work.

Division of IT gets ready for cybersecurity month

With October being cybersecurity month, IT is trying new techniques to spread information to MU students, faculty and staff.

Black studies department copes with hateful messages

In addition to derogatory emails and phone calls, a package of diapers was sent to the black studies department.

Hidden gems: MOVE’s take on some of MU’s best locations

It’s easy to get lost, we know.

Out with MizzouWireless, in with TigerWiFi

By spring 2016, the project is supposed to be completed throughout campus, giving better wireless access to students and staff.

MU pilots new learning management systems

Committee recommends LMS hosting be moved from local to cloud based model

Some MU employees report identity theft after filing tax returns

Officials say the reports of theft were not related to any university-level breach.

MU still looking into Loftin Twitter incident

DoIT is investigating why his account had favorited a pornographic tweet.

MU committee considering options to replace Blackboard

New learning management systems pose new options for MU that may end its relationship with Blackboard.

MizzouWireless problems stem from software malfunctions

Allen said MizzouWireless infrastructure is solid, but programs are not working properly.

Brad N’ Butter: Backing up your computer

Columnist Brad Spudich on saving your stuff.

People of Columbia

A student techie/knight in shining armor and a Pyrenees-owning pet lover

Mizzou Wireless outage caused by software malfunction

University cracks down on illegal file sharing

The university will cut networking ports on IP addresses with heavy activity.