Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Improved wireless network in HFA

It is my pleasure to share this status update of our campus wireless network upgrade. This summer, we have been working with Facilities Management and the Office of Information Technology to expand the wireless network coverage throughout the Humanities & Fine Arts (HFA) building. And as of this week, we have activated the new wireless network in HFA. You should now be able to connect to the wireless network wherever you are in HFA, including faculty offices.

This is part of our efforts to expand the wireless network on campus, based on your feedback about where wireless networking was most needed. In Spring, we completed the wireless upgrade in the Science building. We also plan to improve the wireless network in other much-needed areas, including Gay Hall and the Cube, the RFC, Moccasin Flower Room, Prairie Lounge. This Fall, we will continue the wireless upgrade project in Humanities, Camden, Briggs Library, and other campus areas.

I would like to thank Mike Miller, Robert Thompson, Dave Savela, and our partners in the Office of Information Technology for their work on the wireless upgrade.

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