Student Technology Guide

Get started with your tech in six steps

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1. Check hardware standards

whether you're buying a new computer or deciding what to bring to campus, make sure you have the gear you need to succeed.

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2. Activate your UBITName

your ubitname and password will be your login for myub, hub, email, ub learns, the libraries, and much more.

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3. Set up Duo two-step verification

2020欧洲杯体育直播投注set up a second device that ub will send a notification to when you log into ub services. we recommend your smartphone with the duo app.

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4. Configure for Wi-Fi and ResNet

Set up your devices to automatically connect to secure eduroam2020欧洲杯体育直播投注 Wi-Fi, and manage smart TVs, printers and gaming consoles on our network.

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5. Get UBmail on your devices

we will send important updates to your ub email address. learn how to get it on your computer, phone and tablet.

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6. Explore software and apps

your ub affiliation comes with a ton of powerful tools to help you succeed, like anti-virus, office, ubbox cloud storage, zoom and much more.

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4 most common questions

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Where do I go for tech help?

Schedule an in-person consultation with UB Tech Squad, submit a ticket, call or live chat us. Visit the UBIT Help Center >

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I forgot my UBITName

Look it up at Find your UBITName >

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What kind of computer should I bring to campus?

We recommend Windows or Apple laptops or computers for academic coursework. Tablets or smartphones are also helpful for on-the-go note-taking and messaging.

at this time, ub does not support or recommend the purchase or use of a chromebook.

See our complete hardware standards >

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