Networking is responsible for planning, designing, installing, problem resolving, and general operations of the campus network, its associated infrastructure and services.
Faculty and Staff Accounts
A network account is required for faculty and staff to access their shared network applications and personal network storage space.
Individual account names will reflect the actual name of the individual, though common shorted versions are allowed (i.e. Bob for Robert, Debbie for Deborah, etc). Departmental names (email aliases) will reflect the name and/or function of the department. Generic names may not be used. For example, email@example.com would not be an appropriate selection.
For more information visit the Account Creation Rules page.
All registered students at UCA have a network account setup automatically. There is no need to request your account.
Note that soon after the beginning of each semester the network accounts for students no longer enrolled are deleted. If you have changed your student ID or your name since your account was first created, your account will be deleted even though you may still be enrolled.
To use your account you will need to know your account name and your password.
GroupWise is UCA’s emailing system.
For more information, visit the GroupWise page.
Listservs are a method of using to efficiently communicate among a large number of people. There are a number of listservs in operation at UCA. UCANET-L is the most popular example. Any employee of the University may subscribe and post message to the UCANET-L listserv with their UCA network account.
For more information visit the Listservs page.
iPrint allows users to install printers, along with their associated drivers, from a web browser and to submit print jobs over the Internet or on our local network through the standard Internet Printing Protocol (IPP). The user simply needs a small program installed on their computer called the iPrint client. If the client is not installed, the iPrint system will install the client prior to installing the printer.
For more information visit the iPrint page.
Keep your computer safe from threats that can cause harm to your computer.
Visit the Security page.
Backup refers to making copies of data so that these additional copies may be used to restore the original after a data loss event. One way that backups are used is to restore small numbers of files after they have been accidentally deleted or corrupted.
For more information visit the Data Backup page.
Available storage space for the home folders of faculty and staff is10GB. What is the home folder? It is a personal network file storage space for your files.
Novell® iFolder® is a Net services software solution for Windows and Macs that allows your local data files to follow you across multiple workstations, on our network and the Internet. It provides a simple, convenient and secure way to access local data files while you are mobile.
For more information, visit the iFolder 3 page.
Netstorage helps to access your files securely over the internet
Log into your NetStorage.
Pool drives or departmental shared folders are provided so individuals can share information and data among the department.
For more information, visit the Pool Drivespage.
Receive information about UCA wireless.
Visit the Wireless page