While Blackboard is currently under review, the system has yet to be deemed unfit for MU.
Division of Information Technology Director Terry Robb said file sharing is not a problem at MU.
Option would allow students to pay a one-time $100 fee and get Microsoft software updates during their time at MU.
Missouri.xxx, mizzou.xxx and missouritigers.xxx were all purchased.
The storage space is now up to 15 gigabytes.
No major problems have been presented by the newly installed wireless internet in Schurz Hall.
Residential Life is using the hall as a trial run before possibly installing it in other residence halls.
Gig.U’s Request for Information initiates communication between members and private sector entities.
Slow devices and machine complications are reasons MU made the change.
The Division of Information Technology said the issue should be fixed soon, but it is unsure when.
The app has racked up almost 10,000 downloads.
The hospital was put on lockdown at noon Wednesday.
This month marks the sixth MU Security Awareness Month and the seventh National Cyber Security Awareness Month.
The university had used its previous provider, 3N, since 2007.
Illegal sharing of files has declined since a 2007 school-wide block.
DoIT advises students on how to protect their Internet identity.
MyZou was down during the first few hours of courses Monday.
The app has been downloaded more than 1,000 times.