September 24, 2018, by UNH IT Staff
At the beginning of FY18, UNH IT Telecom successfully transitioned the resident halls from a shared wired/wireless environment to a wireless-only environment. This transition allows the University to save approximately $1.5 million on cabling upgrades and equipment replacement.
The chart below shows the steady decline in wired port usage in the resident halls over the course of four years and helped UNH leadership make the decision to move to a wireless-only environment.
This chart shows...
November 6, 2017, by Martin England
In the Dark - Photo by M. England
Last week’s storm reminded us all of the fragile nature of our electrical and technological infrastructure. For those living in Southern New Hampshire and Maine, the storm took out power, internet, cable, and cell service for most. While generators can power houses, the same doesn’t hold true when it comes to internet service. Sure, reading by candlelight, playing Risk, and cooking on your grill is kind of romantic, but in this technology-dependent day...
August 22, 2016, by UNH IT Staff
In 1928, University of New Hampshire (UNH) Professor of Zoology, C. Floyd Jackson opened the first summer Marine Zoological Laboratory on Appledore Island, Isles of Shoals. Since then, the island has enjoyed steady growth in the area of marine research. The island currently houses research labs, classrooms, dormitories, and hosts summer courses for high school and college students alike.
Back in 2013, Scott Valcourt, Director of UNH IT New and Emerging Technologies, helped secure a grant...