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The Layton Service Desk provides Hoxworth staff with desktop support and all other hardware and software needs.

Use virtual reality (VR) to solve urgent real-world problems in safe virtual spaces, re-imagine the university experience, or develop innovative data visualizations, training simulations, and user experiences. UCSIM develops VR applications for Google Cardboard, GearVR, OSVR, Oculus Rift, and HTC Vive.

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Distribution groups allow users to send messages to members defined within the group.  The manager of the group will be responsible for adding/removing members.  A distribution group name must be a minimum of 9 to 15 characters and must not contain spaces or special characters.  The distribution group display name must not be more than 255 characters. Any additional aliases for a distribution group can be included in the comment section.

Distribution group requests will typically be processed within 48 working hours upon submission. For questions, please contact the IT@UCService Desk at (513)556-4357

Develop Augmented Reality (AR) applications that project virtual data, graphics, and experiences over your view of the physical world.

Closed captioning (CC) and subtitling are both processes of displaying text on a television, video screen, or other visual display to provide additional or interpretive information. Both are typically used as a transcription of the audio portion of a program as it occurs (either verbatim or in edited form), sometimes including descriptions of non-speech elements.

UCIT negotiates with vendors to provide discounts on software for students, faculty and staff. View this page on a desktop computer to learn more about and download available software.

Website Hosting
Our services can take the pain out of your web hosting needs and reduce your total cost of website ownership, saving you money on equipment, monitoring tools, upgrades, security, maintenance, and support, as well as staffing and training. Your development teams can easily and securely access websites on our server for updates by FTP (file transfer protocol), or FTPS (FTP over SSL). And we’ll provide website usage analysis and log file processing at no extra cost.

Web Server Hosting
Let us host your Web server in our state-of-the-art data center, boasting a secure, scalable, load balanced, high availability environment with 24/7 monitoring, and daily backups. If you prefer to own your Web server hardware, but still want to reduce server costs, why not migrate your server to a safe and secure location with 24/7 monitoring by experienced professionals."

Enrollment Management Document Imaging System (OnBase)

Printing and Duplicating Services offers a full range of quality single, multi, and full color lithographic printing, black and white digital duplicating, digital output, all types of finishing and binding, bulk mail, and related services and products.



This services request is for IT Managers at the University of Cincinnati request access for technicians or student technicians using TeamDyanamix.

Our enterprise server infrastructure can provide both virtual and physical servers for your project or service.

CEAS Lab Printing is available for College of Engineering & Applied Science Students, Staff and Faculty. http://ceas.uc.edu/about/CollegeComputing/Compu...

The University of Cincinnati Project Management Office (PMO) assists in raising the efficiency, performance and effectiveness of project delivery within IT@UC.

Please provide the same access as the CE team members for the shared drive used by the CE team.

Software available to Faculty, Staff and Students of the College of Engineering & Applied Science

Cloud storage is a service model in which data is maintained, managed, backed up remotely and made available to users over a network.

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Investigate new tools, services and resources to be offered to students, faculty and staff. Perform needs analysis, create business plans and work with departments to create operational support.