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Audio & Video Services Support

 Students
 Faculty & Staff

Information on classroom or A/V design services and project planning assistance, requests for temporary Classroom Audio Visual equipment, and information on the different Video/Teleconferencing resources available at UMKC.

Digital Signage

 Students
 Faculty & Staff

A flexible easy-to-use platform for departments to manage their visual communications via digital signage displays. Departments are able to showcase campus services, upcoming events, accomplishments, activities, and more.

Getting Started with IT Resources

 Students
 Faculty & Staff

A short description of useful IT resources for new faculty at UMKC

Phones & Voicemail

 Students
 Faculty & Staff

Information and support for campus phones, campus voicemail, and cell phones.

Remote Desktop

 Students
 Faculty & Staff

Instructions on using Microsoft Remote Desktop to connect to Faculty & Staff computers on the UMKC campus (from off-campus).

Remote Work Resources

 Students
 Faculty & Staff

In anticipation of an increased need to support remote work and remote teaching, we want to answer some of your most asked questions.

Texting (Cadence)

 Students
 Faculty & Staff

Cadence is an SMS communication platform that allows UMKC departments to have meaningful, two-way conversations with students. Cadence provides unlimited texting and associated numbers as well as connections with Slate. This service is fully funded by Information Services so there are no additional costs for individual departments or groups.

VPN

 Students
 Faculty & Staff

Students may access UMKC network resources from off-campus through a Virtual Private Network (VPN) client. The UMKC VPN client provides a secure connection to your personal and web page storage via the N: and Q: drives for Windows 7/Vista/XP computers. Additionally, Macintosh computers can connect with VPN software built into the operating system.

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