Information technology touches all of our lives in a variety of ways. Kent State University’s Division of Information Services (IS) provides the tools that make it possible to connect to the Internet, check and post grades, retrieve office voicemail and attend a virtual classroom presentation. Whether you step on a Kent State campus or use a remote or online service or device, Information Services is working for you.


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This year, 48 Information Services employees are participating in the Listening Project, more than ever before. Brought to Kent State by Dr.

Cloud computing, one of the tech industry’s most popular buzzwords, has been on Information Services’ radar since 2012.

Over the past few years,Information Services has implemented several programs to address campus network speeds, focusing especially on after-hours speeds in high-traffic spaces like residence halls, the Student Center, and the Library.

Tom Mahon, manager of training and outreach with Kent State's Division of Information Services, facilitates a training course. 

Kent State University’s Division of Information Services is rolling out WebEx conferencing and collaboration software to all Kent State faculty and staff.



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