What is Siteimprove? Siteimprove is a Software as a Service (SaaS) platform contracted by The University of Florida. Siteimprove scans the University of Florida’s web resources and creates useful metrics and reports that help identify areas of improvement. It scans
Imagine one day you’re happily working a way on that perfectly-crafted letter or maybe a spreadsheet and you save it to your Desktop. Then the power flickers and goes out…Read More
Your computer screen just froze, Outlook crashed, and you’re waiting on an important email! OH NO!
We are pleased to announce the official rollout of Windows 10 and Office 2016 in our college.
Initial deployments of Windows 10 will only be offered with new faculty and staff computers during the Spring semester. Read More
In order to ensure UF email continues to work quickly and efficiently, there are set retention periods on certain mail folders.
These folders include the Inbox (including any subfolders), Sent Items, Deleted Items, and Junk E-mail folders.Read More
It’s that time. Daily emails of the exact same message. “You have 1 day left before your UF password expires.” You have to change your password for the umpteenth time while you’re at home trying to get some work done.
By the time you’re in the office the next day, you’re locked out of everything. What is going on? How can you prevent this from happening?Read More
You have an Android, your wife has an iPhone, your brother in law has a windows phone, your child has an iPad and you want to backup and share files and pictures with everyone. What to do?Read More
Being a time approver who doesn’t work in PeopleSoft (my.ufl.edu) on a daily basis, I found the process of doing time approval to be tedious. However, in January, UF IT launched the One.UF Time & Leave Approval application, and now T&L approval has gone from being a time-consuming chore to a process so simple that I can even approve time from my smartphone.Read More
Secure network storage is a critical component of what we do at CLAS IT, and it is crucial for all our faculty and staff to have enough space to keep vital data in a secured, yet accessible place on the network. We currently offer the following storage options.Read More
At the end of the Summer A 2015 this year, CLAS IT started a new project to update the inventory of all its computers and devices in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. We hired Ian Aranca as a new inventory specialist to go to every office and do just that. Read More