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UMB IT Stakeholders Initiatives
IT Stakeholders, a group made up of school and campus leaders, was formed to receive input and advice from campus representatives in order to identify campus technology needs, determine the necessary resources and services to address the needs, and advise the Executive Cabinet regarding IT priorities. Read more...
Get Creative using Adobe Creative Cloud
The CITS Software Licensing Office is excited to announce that the Adobe Creative Cloud software--either as a suite or as separate titles--is now available to UMB students, faculty and staff at a deep discount. Get details.
Software Discounts for Students, Faculty, and Staff
Would you like to get a discount on your next purchase of MS Office or Symantec Anti-Virus software? Most members of the UMB community are eligible for educational software discounts using the CITS Software Licensing Office.
Cellular Phone Discounts Available to Faculty, Students, and Staff
Are you unhappy with the cost of cell phone service? Would you like a discount? Discounted cellular wireless services and equipment are available from several major carriers to the UMB community.
The Center for Information Technology Services (CITS) is the central information technology organization for UMB. Our mission and focus in CITS is to treat UMB students, faculty, staff, colleagues and co-workers as treasured customers. Excellence in service to the UMB community is our challenge and responsibility.
January 3, 2017 | CITS IT Stakeholder Initiatives, Project Plans and Roadmap for FY2017
October 12, 2016 | You have probably been told the importance of checking your computer, phone, or tablet for malware.
October 12, 2016 | Over the past month CITS has been providing advice on how to avoid the most dangerous parts of the Internet.