Office of Information Technology
The Office of Information Technology and Plant Facilities will be removing the old Data Center UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply). As a result, the power to the Computer Center and MARC building will need to be shut down, and the following services will be intermittent or unavailable: Campus Wireless and Wired Internet Connectivity, Ellucian Colleague, Continue Reading. . .
The University of Guam's unique geographical location and its commitment of expertise to the needs of Guam and the Micronesian Region jointly provide the basis for greatness. The University functions as an intellectual condiut for the people and institutions of the Region, East Asia, and the world to learn from one another, within an American higher education framework. Continue Reading. . .
In collaboration with the National Center for Women and Information Technology (NCWIT), the University of Guam honored three local high school students with the NCWIT Aspirations in Computing Award. Allysandra Raymundo of John F. Kennedy High School, Bianca De Los Angeles of Tiyan High School, and Annielee Rae Quiogue of Simon Sanchez High School Continue Reading. . .
Please be advised that a number of Spear Phishing emails have made it through the Microsoft Office 365 system SPAM filters. Spear Phishing is an email spoofing fraud attempt that targets a specific organization seeking unauthorized access to confidential data. While spear phishing is similar to a phishing email, the messages are typically more personalized. Continue Reading. . .
Lassner has been involved with two key projects that are critical to the future of the Asia-Pacific region. . .The second project is a direct result of Lassner’s vision for PIREN: the creation of an international R&E exchange point for the Pacific Islands on Guam. Now a reality thanks to a collaboration of many R&E networks, led by UH, CENIC, AARNET, the University of Guam, and other regional R&E operators. Continue Reading. . .
The University of Guam today unveiled its new ultra-high-speed 100Gb GOREX Network
during an event at the UOG Office of Information Technology. The Guam Open Research
& Education eXchange (GOREX) connects Guam to Hawaii and California via the new SEA-US
fiber-optic submarine cable. Continue Reading. . .