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July 3 deadline to request software for computing labs and K-State InfoCommons

The deadline has been extended for faculty/staff to request software additions for the K-State InfoCommons (in Hale Library) and university computing labs in Dickens 1, Seaton 22, and the Union Copy Center. Thursday, July 3, is the deadline for software requests. 

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Technology checklist for students leaving K-State

Students are graduating and going on to new adventures.  Use these tips to manage your K-State technology channels and resources. Students can now keep their K-State email accounts. Your eID must be kept active by meeting K-State’s password-change deadlines each semester. Review your … Continue reading

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Software requests due July 1 for computing labs and InfoCommons in fall 2014

by Nick Brown iTAC is currently taking requests for software additions on the computers in the K-State InfoCommons and the university computing labs in Dickens 1, Seaton 22, and the Union Copy Center. The deadline for software requests is July … Continue reading

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Clearance sale on Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 software at computer store

K-Staters can save $20-$70 on Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 software during the clearance sale now going on at the K-State Student Union Computer Store. Lower prices on Adobe CS 5.5 products are being offered through the computer store due to Adobe’s … Continue reading

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Free Adobe seminar March 12 for faculty/staff

As part of the Teaching, Learning, and Technology Showcase scheduled in March, Adobe representatives will provide a complimentary training seminar the afternoon of Monday, March 12. This event has been moved to the day before the showcase in order to provide … Continue reading

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iPad user group meeting Tuesday, June 14: Photo apps

We invite all iPad users and those who are interested in seeing what iPads are all about to come and share at the next meeting, noon-1 p.m. Tuesday, June 14, in Bluemont 16A, focusing on photo-related apps. Bring your iPad questions … Continue reading

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Q/A: Secure FTP software for Macs?

Q. K-State’s central Unix system won’t let me log in via FTP to work on my departmental webpages. It says my Mac’s FTP connection isn’t secure. How do I fix that? K-State has had secure-FTP sign-in for a long time, … Continue reading

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Microsoft Campus Agreement: Work-at-home software available

Information Technology Services began offering eligible faculty/staff use of the following software at home for work-related purposes effective Monday, Feb. 28: Windows 7 Professional Upgrade (32-bit/64-bit) Office Professional Plus 2010 Office Mac Standard 2011 The software is not available for … Continue reading

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Microsoft Campus Agreement

Information Technology Services has procured a Microsoft Campus Agreement to provide faculty and staff access to Microsoft’s operating systems and the Microsoft Office Suite for all university-owned computers. The products covered under the agreement include: Microsoft Operating System – for … Continue reading

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Spring 2011 computing-lab software requests due Dec. 1

iTAC staff are in the process of preparing computers in the K-State InfoCommons and university computing labs for updates during the December/January break. Any requests for additional software should be sent to softwarerequest@k-state.edu no later than Dec. 1. This allows … Continue reading

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