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|cPanel Web Hosting Service Web Publishing and Communications Technology Services|
Provides a dashboard with a variety of tools for creating and managing website.
|Locating Services Networking and Security Technology Services|
Identifies and marks all copper and fiber cables that run outside underground and between buildings on campus for voice and data services.
|Amazon Web Services Elastic File System (EFS) Backup and Storage Technology Services|
Simple, scalable file storage for use with Amazon EC2 instances in the AWS Cloud.
|Dell Data Protection Networking and Security Technology Services|
Provides a pilot of Dell Data Protection Encryption for high-risk data on Windows and Macs.
|IP2Fire Networking and Security Technology Services|
Provides IT pros the ability to retrieve firewall group information for a given IP or range of IPs.
|Google Drive Backup and Storage Technology Services|
Online file storage and sharing for collaborators both within the University system and elsewhere
|Payment Card Industry Network Networking and Security Technology Services|
A network used by campus units to process credit card payments.
|OneDrive for Business (Office 365) Backup and Storage Technology Services|
OneDrive is a file storage cloud service and is part of Microsoft’s Office 365.
|Walkup Computing Networking and Security Technology Services|
Allows students, faculty and staff to use their Illinois credentials to get wired access to the campus network from enabled Ethernet jacks.
|Amazon Web Services Web Publishing and Communications Technology Services|
A secure cloud services platform, offering compute power, database storage, and content delivery.
|Big Data and Machine Learning Series Part 1 Event Technology Services|
Big Data and Machine Learning Series Part 1
|U of I Box Backup and Storage Technology Services|
A secure, cloud-based storage service with built-in features that allow for files to be easily stored, edited, and shared from any web-enabled device and is available to all students, faculty, and staff.
|Campus Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (Campus LDAP) Data Technology Services|
The Campus Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) is the directory containing information on all people with NetIDs on the Urbana campus as well as NetIDs of departmental and group aliases. It contains such data as names, campus addresses, telephone numbers, and affiliation data.
|Digital Signage Services Consulting and Support Technology Services|
Digital Signage Services provides resources, oversight and planning of activities related to the deployment, management and utilization of digital signage technologies.
|Help Desk Consulting and Support Technology Services|
The Help Desk provides a single point of contact for supporting the technology needs of students, faculty, and staff.
|UNIX Platform Hosting Research Computing Technology Services|
Provides a standardized, efficient hosting platform for Technology Services.
|UNIX Platform Hosting Research Computing Technology Services|
UNIX Platform Hosting provides a standardized, efficient hosting platform for Technology Services' services.
|Central Registry Data Technology Services|
The Central Registry is a collection of individual and group University-oriented online identities for customers at the Urbana campus. The Central Registry allows IT professionals to create and update information about an individual or non-person entity.
|eText Software Technology Services|
eText is a digital book textbook platform that can embed multimedia, notes, and assignments directly into a digital textbook. eText content can be used with any computer, tablet, or phone. All content is accessible to students with visual and hearing impairments.Technology Services Software Services provides a web-based storefront for the purchase of campus eText offerings. Questions or issues regarding the purchase of eTexts may be directed to the WebStore at firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions regarding the use or support of eTexts should be directed to eText@illinois.edu.
|Security Cameras Networking and Security Technology Services|
The Security Camera service is a partnership with Campus Public Safety to design, install, manage, and support network-based security cameras with the goal of improving public safety.
|NetID Password Networking and Security Technology Services|
Your NetID is a unique identifier assigned to you across all University of Illinois campuses. With your associated NetID password, it serves as your login to most University computing and networking services.
|Infrastructure Installation and Maintenance Networking and Security Technology Services|
Infrastructure installation and maintenance manages data and voice cabling, wireless access points, security cameras, digital signage and Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS) within and between campus buildings.
|Emergency Phones Networking and Security Technology Services|
Emergency phones provided throughout campus are programmed to dial directly into Public Safety. These locations include kiosk phones, elevator phones, and areas of refuge.
|Firewall Networking and Security Technology Services|
The firewall protects the University network from external threats and attacks. Depending on customers’ needs for security, departmental network administrators can place their subnet ranges into different firewall groups with different levels of protection.
|Endpoint Security - CrowdStrike Consulting and Support Technology Services|
Endpoint Security - CrowdStrike is a cybersecurity tool/solution designed to mitigate real-time cybersecurity threats and incidents, give visibility and security capability to the Cybersecurity team and CrowdStrike users; protect systems against malware, and enable institutional measurement and understanding of security conditions and events. CrowdStrike utilizes artificial intelligence and a lightweight agent, providing visibility into the entire threat lifecycle, allowing IT and security professionals to act quickly and effectively to critical security events on Linux, Mac and Windows devices. CrowdStrike is a component integral to Endpoint Security.It exists as a fundamental part of Security's charge, obligations, provisions, and directives presented to it under the Campus Administrative Manual, “Appropriate Use of Computers and Network Systems”, and as authorized by the Chief Privacy & Security Officer.