Information and Services for Faculty and Staff
Enterprise e-mail is provided to all UT Arlington faculty and staff upon activation of their NetID. The service is provided by the Microsoft Exchange E-mail server. The officially supported means to access UT ARLINGTON e-mail is with either the Microsoft Outlook e-mail client on the Windows platform, Microsoft Entourage on the MacOS platform, or via the Microsoft Exchange Web interface with a compliant Web browser.
Full Disk Encryption (FDE) provides protection for computers and laptops by encrypting the hard drive and requiring a password at boot up to access the system. Should the computer or laptop ever be stolen then any data stored on the hard drive will not be accessible to those who do not have the password. FDE is avilable to all Windows XP Professional and Windows 7 Enterprise laptops on the UTA domain. The full disk encryption software ensures our compliance with UT System Security Practice Bulletin #1. Other Microsoft Windows systems, Macintosh, Linux and Unix operating systems will be addressed at a later date.There are no plans to encrypt desktop systems at this time.
High Performance Computing is intended for use by UTA faculty, along with their staff and students, pursuing serious programs of research and specialized teaching.
Every faculty/staff member is allocated 10 GB of network storage space, commonly referred to as J: drive. The files in this storage space are backed up on a nightly basis. J: drive is mapped to the user account automatically and shows up under My Computer when logging on the computers on the UTA domain.
MavSpace is a web based storage space for students, faculty, and staff. You can access files saved on MavSpace from any location as long as you have an Internet connection and a web browser.
UT Arlington provides a computer account referred to as a "NetID." The NetID gives you access to UT Arlington computing resources. Faculty & Staff with current appointments must have someone from the employing department submit the NetID account request form on-line at http://www.uta.edu/netidrequest/.
The mission of Statistical Services is to help faculty, staff, and students with those aspects of their research that involve the use of statistics and statistical computing.
Scanning and evaluations will be dropped off and picked up in the OIT main office, B51 Davis Hall, where the Production Control office staff will assist you. The actual scanning of forms will take place at Arlington Regional Data Center (ARDC), formerly known as UTACC, in Fort Worth.
Class- and research-related websites, as well as student organization and UT Arlington administration pages, are considered official. To request an official web space, please go to the IT Help page