On May 29, 2018, IT will implement a new login process which may affect your access to services and applications
You may have noticed a link to “UCANR Active Directory (Beta test)” on the UC ANR Portal login page. The link was a test of our effort to manage staff computing credentials which are separate from UC Davis and other campuses. We created this new process in support of UC's transition to a new personnel system called UC Path. This system is scheduled to launch for UC ANR in March, 2019.
Our beta test of this new authentication service is now complete, and we are preparing to launch it. While we...
- Author: Hisashi Young
My Links provides an easy way to store and access frequently used links to online tools and documents. This tool can be found on the bottom left column of your ANR Portal. Links to Adobe Connect, Geckomail, UCD Time Sheets, Contact Lists, and other useful links for ANR staff are listed by default.
Add or Edit Links on My Links
Add new links or edit existing links on your My Links List by selecting the 'Add / Edit Links' option found at the bottom of list.
How to Add Links:
You can add new links anytime to your My Links list by entering the '
- Author: Hisashi Young
Let's dive in and explore what you can do with the Unit Directory Editor Tool and how.
The URL Squisher, our URL shortening system, received a facelift and a new feature today. We didn't want the old guy feeling left out as we formally announce the arrival of "Permafrost," the new, permanent link system.
Before shining the light on the new system, let's take a look at what's new with the Squisher.
The Squisher is now part of the "URL Tools" family, so we added a navigation bar to take you from section to section, cleaned up the design and added QR code creation to the squishing process. Now, when you create a new squish, the system will automatically generate a QR code that you can view and save for use on printed materials....
Anyone reading this on their mobile device right now? According to our Blog stats, 74% of you read the Web/IT blog while in the bathroom, presumably taking a luxurious bath, the scent of exotic oils and candles relaxing you into a perfect moment of Zen which is the exact state of mind you should be in when reading our posts.
Chances are, if you're reading this in the bathroom, you're using a mobile device. We've been eager to optimize our applications for the mobile web for some time now, so last week we furiously cranked out a mobile version of the Portal and Collaborative Tools.
Keep in mind, these are VERY preliminary. We expect to enhance, beautify and grow our mobile environment as time and resources permit. Please...