Find buildings on campus, catch up with news updates, track bus routes, and see event listings with the new, official UF mobile native apps. The apps, compatible with iOS 5.0 and Android 2.3 and higher, are now available for free in the App Store and Google Play. With expanded features and a sleek interface, the official native UF apps are ideal for students, faculty, staff, alumni, and friends of The Gator Nation. The apps consolidate all options on 'mobile.ufl.edu' for an easier, quicker way to access campus tools. Features include: ...
Beginning summer 2013, a new cloud-based service powered by Microsoft Office 365 will replace Webmail for students. This service will include:
This service is soon to be expanded to include...
The University of Florida is now part of the Internet2 Innovation Platform -- one of only a few universities with its 100Gbps, ultra-high-speed access. Increasing the data capacity from 10Gbps to 100Gbps means UF researchers and their collaborators around the globe have access to transformative scientific capabilities.
"The capacity to move data at 100Gbps is a watershed moment in UF's research computing environment," remarked Vice President and CIO Elias Eldayrie. "This ten-fold increase enables UF to make more impactful contributions to the national and international research communities."
SafeConnect -- the process that assesses whether a device connecting to the UF wireless network has the required anti-virus and malware prevention software -- goes into action April 29, 2013.
Also, starting in May, any device used to access the UF wireless network from the Main and Academic Health Center campuses will be checked for updated versions of Java, Flash, and Reader. Devices without updated programs will be denied network access. (The only access will be to a Website that provides remedies for outdated software.)