Workspace One, formerly known as AirWatch, is a Mobile Device Management system that allows campus units to purchase IOS and MacOS applications from the App Store and install them on unit-owned and personally-owned phones and tablets without violating state policies. This service also allows the configuration of security and other policies on devices to asssit a user in configuration.
Use the Computer Registration tool to register any of your network/wifi capable devices such as your Computer, Xbox, Playstation, iPad etc. In the event that your device is lost/stolen, we have the necessary information at hand to aid in recovering it.
The Endpoint Services Group working with Technology Services Security group is providing a pilot of Dell Data Protection Encryption for High Risk Data on Windows and Mac's. Dell Data Protection can quickly and easily protect critical business data on desktops, laptops, USB thumb drives, external storage devices and optical media.
Emergency phones provided throughout campus are programmed to dial directly into Public Safety. These locations include kiosk phones, elevator phones, and areas of refuge.
In the event of a campus emergency, Illini-Alert sends email and text messages, posts to Facebook and Twitter and triggers the Emergency Web Alert System for University websites.
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.
IP2Fire is a web application that is designed to give IT pros the ability to retrieve firewall group information for a given IP or range of IP's.
IP Address Management enables IT professionals to manage Domain Name System (DNS) and Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) configuration for their networks and zones, and registers and allocates DNS domains and IP address blocks on behalf of campus. DHCP allows a computer to automatically obtain an IP address when it joins a network, while DNS translates domain names like www.illinois.edu into numerical IP addresses.
Iris is a web application which enables IT professional network administrators to manipulate network switch ports, and to record which jack is patched to each port.
Locating Services identifies and marks all copper and fiber cables that run outside underground and between buildings on campus for voice and data services.
Malware protection is a centralized service that protects faculty, and staff endpoints against viruses and other malicious software.
NetID Claim is used to set up and manage @illinois.edu email addresses and passwords, email forwarding, and password resets for incoming students and new employees.
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.
The Network Infrastructure Access Service provides and controls access to Technology Services physical network infrastructure locations, such as CER's and Telecommunications closets for IT Pros, Technology Services personnel, F&S, and contractors.
The Payment Card Industry (PCI) network is a secure network used by campus units to process credit card payments.
Consultation for the design, engineering, and installation of data and voice communications infrastructure for campus building projects.
The Endpoint Services Group working with Technology Services Security group is providing a pilot of Sophos for MacOS. Sophos Endpoint software blocks malware and infections by identifying and preventing the handful of techniques and behaviors used in almost every exploit.
Students, faculty and staff can use their Illinois credentials to get wired access to the campus network from enabled Ethernet jacks.
The campus wireless network provides network connectivity for wireless devices such as laptops, tablets and phones.
Windows System Update Service (WSUS) is Microsoft's solution for automatically applying system and application patches to Windows systems. Technology Services hosts a central WSUS service and has partnered with a number of colleges to support secondary WSUS servers as well.