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Allows the ability to make long distance phone calls.
The BMS network is intended to improve the network security of systems that are critical to the operation of facilities at IU through significant isolation from other networks.
Cellular phones and service, discounts, pagers.
At Indiana University, telephone conferences allow groups of people in different locations to hold discussions when time, travel, or budget constraints do not allow face-to-face meetings.
Tools: Conference Call Requests
Contact Center Solution for areas that have high call volume or need advanced call routing.
A Data Center proxy service is available to system administrators who are Data Center customers and wish to have their servers on private IP space, which greatly limits possible attack vectors.
Tools: Data Center Proxy Request
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) is a network protocol that enables a server to automatically assign an IP address to a computer.
Translates a computer's fully qualified domain name (FQDN) into an IP address.
Tools: Static IP Requests
Mail for students, faculty and staff.
Send and receive faxes via a web interface.
Connecting to the Internet at IU.
The Legacy network was created to protect devices that have an operating system or firmware that is unable to be updated or modified, and do not have host-based firewall capability.
Indiana University's mailing list service.
Tracks users and the physical addresses of their devices to protect IU's data network.
The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is a set of requirements and security assessment procedures designed to protect data involved in payment card processing.
Rates for UITS Telecommunication services may be found at the link above.
Telephony services, including analog voice lines and UMS.
UniCom is IU's term for unified communications, a service at IU that brings voice, video, and data together in a unified desktop communication system.
Virtual Private Network allows for secure connections across public networks.