Marianne

  • IT Shop early closing, Friday 11 November

    The IT Shop will be closing at 3.30pm on Friday 11 November 2016 due to staff shortage.   It will open as normal at 9am on Monday 14 November. Thank you for your understanding.

  • Welcome back and enjoy your year

    Welcome back from your summer or from your year's placement.  If (like me) you forget your password when you're away for a while, you can always reset your password. Here's a quick catch up on some of the IT services...

  • Reggie's retirement, September 2016

    Martin (Reggie) Stone has been a dear and valued colleague at the University of Bath since 1971, just 5 years after the institution received its Royal Charter.  With a career spanning four and a half decades under his belt, Reggie...

  • 'It's broken' versus 'I need something', an easier way of getting IT support, September 2016

    We are introducing a cleaner look to the online tool which you use to send and track requests for IT help and support.  You will initially choose between two options. Think, 'it's broken' versus 'I need something'. You will then...

  • HPC for researchers by Tobias Brewer

    The annual symposium at Bath brings together people from across the University to discuss how they use High Performance Computing (HPC) in their research. This year, the event included talks from several departments as well as keynote speakers from Intel...

  • Removal of Quicktime player, 12 July 2016

    Computing Services will be removing Apple Quicktime Player from Windows computers from 12 July 2016.  We have taken this decision due to security vulnerabilities in the software and the removal of support for it by Apple. All media formats for...

  • Removal of Oracle Calendar, 5 July 2016

    Oracle Calendar will be removed from any University desktops that still have it on Tuesday 5 July 2016.  The software will be removed without any disturbance to you and most people will not need to take any action. Notice to...

  • Ask your student audience

    Staff can use TurningPoint software to ask their students for feedback during lectures.  The TurningPoint software works within Microsoft PowerPoint, giving lecture slides greater impact. Students vote or give a feedback response to questions posed in the presentation. Students can...

  • Email service, January 2016

    The roll out of the Exchange email service to everyone with a University of Bath username will complete this month.   Staff and the majority of students are already using OWA for webmail or Outlook as their desktop client.  The University...

  • Visitors to the University use WiFi Guest for their Wi-Fi connection

    Visitors to the University should choose WiFi Guest when connecting their device to Wi-Fi.   WiFi Guest will connect your device to The Cloud, hosted by Sky.   If you have an account with The Cloud it will connect automatically, otherwise you...