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ECU blocks all file-sharing traffic on the university’s network. The term “file sharing” is described as the act of distributing or making available digitally stored material (e.g., music, movies, documents, photos, games, etc.) to other users on the Internet. If you need to use software such as BitTorrent, uTorrent, or Vuze for legitimate business or academic purposes, you will need to submit a file-sharing exception request form through the IT Help Desk.

ECU’s digital signage system manages marketing, emergency and departmental multimedia content across over 150 TV screens across the Main and Health Sciences campuses.

Faculty and staff submit this request to have a new classroom engagement or co-curricular engagement badge designed for a class, training or other activity. A brief training on issuing badges is also required.

Electronically transfer files via secure ftp server with trusted external systems.

McGraw-Hill Connect is a digital teaching and learning environment that saves students and instructors time while improving performance over a variety of critical outcomes.

Omeka is a platform for the display of library, museum, archives and scholarly collections and exhibitions. Omeka provides map and timeline features allowing creation of interactive sites that can include audio and video content. Omeka is primarily used by faculty in the College of Arts and Sciences to share and display digital exhibitions and collections.

All campus telephones are digital and utilize the Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP). Submit this ticket to request support or repair, a new telephone or line of service, relocation, caller ID update or a line settings change.

Both residence halls and campus buildings include wired network ports. Submit this request to report a problem or request connection assistance for your device. This includes connecting a desktop, laptop and scheduling implementation of a file server, network attached storage (NAS) or Internet of Things (IoT) device.

If you store sensitive information on your workstation, laptop, flash drive or mobile device, these files should be encrypted to protect them from unauthorized access or theft. Submit a request to have encryption enabled on your Android, iOS or Windows tablet, Linux, Mac or Windows desktop/laptop, Thin Client or USB hard drive or USB flash drive.

ECU is committed to providing accessible technology and educational resources. Request an IT Accessibility Consultation to learn how to develop accessible content, including: instructional materials, Microsoft Office files, web pages, and announcements.

DocuSign is an electronic signature service that allows you to securely sign and initial an electronic document instead of a paper copy. You can also send electronic documents for signature—to one person or many people—and easily see the status of the documents you send.

The Joyner, Music, and Laupus Library websites provide access to a wide variety of scholarly databases, journals, and librarians to assist you in your research. Submit this request to let us know if you encounter a problem using our sites.

Microsoft OneDrive is ECU's recommended cloud storage solution for students, alumni, faculty and staff.

All ECU users have a secure, 125GB network attached storage folder for sensitive data. Department folders also available.

ECU Collaborate, or SharePoint, is a secure, web-based service available to faculty, staff and student organizations to store, organize, share, and access information from almost any device. Both ECU and non-ECU users can be granted access to a SharePoint site. Submit the form to request support for your SharePoint site.