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  • If a piece of electronic equipment is no longer needed by your department but is still in good working condition, then other departments at UO may need it. All working surplus property, e-waste and...
  • Project Overview The digital signage project has created a campus-wide plan for a system of networked digital signage and interactive displays. The plan aims to take advantage of cost savings and...
  • Required Software Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X are the two most common and most supported operating systems on campus. Microsoft Office is used widely. UO has made Microsoft Office and...
  • Organization for Educational Technology and Curriculum (OETC) offers hardware and software at academic discount prices for anyone buying with university funds. In their words, OETC "is an...
  • This guide is meant to walk you through the installation and configuration of VMware Tools on your VM. Keeping VMware Tools up-to-date on your guest operating system is important to maintain both...
  • Simply put, virtualization is a method of running multiple operating systems on a single physical computer. In other words On traditional computers and servers there is one set of software running...
  • Quick-start checklist Claim your Duck ID If you haven't already claimed your Duck ID, this step is critical! You'll use your Duck ID for email, wireless, Canvas, and other UO online services...
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