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The race to the Tour de France start line
Monday 23 June 2014: Today sees the launch of a year-long pilot project to deliver free public Wi-Fi access within the City centre, as part of the ambitious government-funded Superconnected Cities project. The benefits to the public are obvious, but why and how did the University get involved?
Located in News archive / 2015
High Performance Computing Service joins University Information Services
The High Performance Computing Service (HPCS), headed by director Dr. Paul Calleja, joined University Information Services (UIS) on 1 August 2014.
Located in News archive / 2014
Streaming Media Service (SMS) gives content owners better access control
The SMS, which provides a quick, easy and free way for University users to host their online multimedia content, has just seen a major upgrade that brings several benefits for content owners and viewers alike…
Located in News archive / 2014
University Wi-Fi network (mostly) survives demands of Le Tour
Following on from the article about the UIS Networks Division team’s work on realising the new public Wi-Fi network in Cambridge, you may be curious to know how it all went on the day Le Tour de France came to town.
Located in News archive / 2014