Welcome to Information Services - "We Listen, We Care, We Respond"Everyone in IS is committed to providing assistance for all things technology-related at University of Portland. Whether you are a student, staff member, faculty member or guest, we offer support for computing, networking, web services, telecommunications, technology help, and media services.
|The University of Portland IS Help Desk has moved inside the Franz Hall 111 Computer Lab.|
Go.up.edu is the University of Portland’s new Single Sign On (SSO) solution. Single sign on enables users to login once rather than separately for each on-site and hosted web application they access via the university network. This feature has long been requested by end users for ease of access and time savings.
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Celly brings the power of mobile social networking and knowledge discovery to everyday life in a private and secure way. The University of Portland is the University partner with Celly. Visit http://cel.ly to get started today.
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Click to Join UP Tech Talk http://cel.ly/c/UPTechtalk
|COMING SOON: Virtual Service Center|
Information Services is proud to announce our new Virtual Service Center (VSC), coming to the University of Portland later this summer. The Virtual Service Center is a specialized customer service and support site, providing an efficient gateway to the University Help Desk and all IS technology service providers.
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Lynda.com is an online learning company that helps anyone learn software, design, and business skills. You will receive unlimited access to a vast library of high quality, current, and engaging video tutorials. New courses and topics are added every week.
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For general questions or to speak to the service desk dial extension x7000.
You can email the IS University Help Desk at email@example.com
IMPORTANT - The University of Portland IS department will never ask for your password via email, phone, or any other method. If you receive a message asking for your username and password, or want you to enter your username and password in a site, please report it to IS. NEVER reply to any email asking for your account information or other personal details.