Campus wide Wi-FI upgrade
The campus wide Wi-Fi upgrade has begun. During the holiday break the Paul College Wi-Fi was upgraded to the latest technology. This is the first step in what is expected to be an 18 month project. The next phase will take place this summer and will upgrade all the resident halls, the final phase will upgrade all remaining Wi-Fi on campus.
Woodside and Eliot Alumni
There will be a short network and phone outage in Eliot Alumni and the Woodside complex during the morning of November 25th. This outage is necessary to facilitate the construction of the new Hamel Rec Center.
Gregg Hall telephone upgrade
During the month of December Gregg Hall will be added to the list of buildings with VoIP service.
Retirement date for voicemail has been extended
The migration to Microsoft UM is projected to be completed in early October. If you don't already have a UNH Exchange account get one now by going to the UNH accounts page https://itsupport.unh.edu/accounts/ and avoid any lapse in voice mail service.
Welcome back UNH students!
Telecom has been working hard this summer to improve the wireless experience in the resident halls, over 200 new wireless access points have been added and we are now starting to plan improvements for next year.
On June 30th 2015 the old Avaya voice mail system will be retired. The new system for voice messages is Microsoft Exchange Unified Messaging (UM)and a UNH Exchange account is required. If you don't already have an UNH Exchange account get one now by going to the UNH accounts page https://itsupport.unh.edu/accounts/ and avoid any lapse in voice mail service.
External Conference Services
Please be advised; UNH Telecommunications has occasionally noticed external conference services hanging on to calls (not disconnecting). This can result in unexpected long distance charges for the end user (you). If using a conference service, please make sure your call has been properly disconnected.
Voicemail migration moving forward!
183 users were migrated from the old Avaya voicemail platform to Microsoft Unified Messaging this morning. For updates on the migration schedule visit our UM rollout page