February 1, 2019, by UNH IT Staff
American adults spend an average of 11 hours a day looking at a screen.
We’ve always been fascinated by screens ever since the advent of television. Over the years, they’ve varied greatly in size, but portable devices forever changed the amount of time we spend endlessly gazing into an electronic abyss, interacting with media, commenting on social media posts, and writing and responding to texts, emails, and instant messages.
According to Marketwatch.com, American adults spend more...
January 17, 2019, by UNH IT Staff
Dear Members of the Campus Community,
The UNH Computer Purchasing Program Site is now live.
Students, faculty, and staff may now purchase Apple and Lenovo products at educational prices through the UNH Computer Purchasing Program. To begin, visit the Computer Purchasing Program website at https://www.unh.edu/it/unh-computer-purchasing-program
For institutional purchases, faculty and staff are advised to seek guidance from your IT Desktop Consultant, ATL or designated IT...
November 6, 2017, by UNH IT Staff
For USNH employees looking to get a jump on holiday shopping, the UNH Computer Store is offering its best pricing of the year on Macs and iPads on November 9, 2017. When making a personal purchase, any USNH employee will receive 8% off list price on Macs and iPads. Faculty and staff can either stop by the UNH Computer Store (MUB 213) or order online at computerstore.unh.edu. You can place your order early and have it held until the day of the sale to lock in your purchase.
The store will also...
March 14, 2016, by UNH IT Staff
Macs are often seen as bulletproof when it comes to malware and viruses. It’s often used as a selling point for sales folk, and a serious point of pride for Mac owners. How many times have you heard, I got a Mac so I won’t get viruses. Now? Not so much.
Although Mac malware is nothing new, it’s mostly been more annoying than damaging. It usually takes the shape of adware. In general, it’s still the user who opens the doors to malicious attacks with risky internet behavior rather than...