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Warwick on the Move

The University of Warwick has launched a new version of it’s website designed to be used on mobile phones and other mobile devices.
Thu 15 Nov 2007, 14:20 | Tags: IT, Campus Life, Community

Localised Two-day Power Shutdown in August to Affect IT Services

Over the weekend of 4-6 August the Estates Office will be carrying out essential and statutory maintenance to the University's power system.
Mon 31 Jul 2006, 14:52 | Tags: IT

Wireless Internet Access in University House

The University House Atrium and Coffee Bar and Restaurant now benefit from a wireless internet ‘hotspot’, where suitably equipped laptops and handheld devices can access the internet at speeds of around 11 megabytes per second, equivalent to around twenty times as fast as a home broadband connection.

Warwick Students Tie Weblinks with IBM

Two third year University of Warwick students, James Bell and Julian Friedman, have been recognised by IBM as technology talent for the future. This summer, they have spent 12 weeks participating in Extreme Blue - IBM’s premier student internship scheme for top students from all over the world.

Internet Access Restrictions - Update

This is an update regarding the status of the University's Internet connection. Since equipment replacement earlier yesterday morning (26/08/04), there has been no re-occurrence of the disruption to Internet services which took place over the past couple of days.
Fri 27 Aug 2004, 14:44 | Tags: Computer Science, IT, University Services, University Affairs

Warwickshire School pupils 1st to Use UK's Most Advanced Maths Research Centre

The most advanced Maths research centre in the UK has its official opening day on Saturday 12th June and the first people to use it will be maths pupils from Warwickshire Schools.

Staff-Student Singing Recital

On Friday June 18 the Royal Leamington Spa Pump Rooms will ring with the melodic sounds of Anna Bolton, WBS staff member and Warwick English finalist, Belinda Quarmby in a joint singing recital titled 'After a Dream'.

Buy or sell at the Union Marketplace

You just describe the item, leave some contact details and an asking price, and you're away it's that simple, and you can even upload a miniature picture of what you're selling.

Keeping Green

Environmentally aware members of staff may be interested to find out more about the University's current environmental policy and the opportunities that exist for 'doing your bit' within the University campus.
Wed 11 Aug 2004, 15:10 | Tags: Business, Computer Science, IT, University Affairs

What IT Services Can Do For You

From system support to broadband connections, IT Services runs a number of schemes, as well as providing training, to ensure that you get the most from them during your time at University.
Wed 11 Aug 2004, 14:58 | Tags: Computer Science, IT, University Affairs

My.Insite - Exam Timetables online on the University's Managed Learning Environment

Examinations are stressful, but two recent innovations have lightened the load for students this summer. Individual student exam timetables can now be accessed online, and the majority of past papers are also available to download.

Walking in the IT Park

The Enterprise Fellowship Scheme (EFS) has nurtured yet another innovative business, with Meadoweb ready to delivery 24x7 IT support to any business or home computer user not covered by an IT support department.

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