Apple Introduces iOS 7 at WWDC
Apple has unveiled its latest version of iOS called iOS 7. iOS 7 brings the first dramatic change to its mobile operating system since it debuted in 2007. The interface is completely rebuilt from the ground up. Apple has indicated it will be available in the fall. For a preview of iOS 7 click here
Blackberry Q10 and Z10 available for purchase.
Verizon and AT&T have released the new Blackberry Q10 and Z10. These devices operate on BlackBerry's new BlackBerry 10 operating system. The Z10 is completely a touchscreen device while the Q10 offers BlackBerry users a physical keyboard. BlackBerry 10 is able to receive e-mail using ActiveSync.
Samsung Galaxy S4 Now Available for Order
AT&T and Verizon are now shipping the new Samsung Galaxy S4. Click here to order one of these new devices. Please note that due to the popularity of this device there may be a wait list for the model you choose.
New Voice Mail Service Announcement
OIT is working on a project to replace Princeton's voice mail service. The new service, Microsoft Unified Messaging (UM), integrates voice mail, e-mail and calendaring services. As a telephone coordinator for your department, you are receiving this notice in advance of the general campus community.
OIT is moving University departments to the new UM service on a rolling schedule between March and May of this year. You will receive an e-mail message with more details approximately two weeks in advance of your department’s scheduled move to UM.
An information session is being offered to introduce you to the new unified messaging service, including voice mail service. The session will also provide an overview of the new processes for requesting and changing voice mail service in your department. The session, titled “Telephone Coordinator Information Session – New Voicemail,” is being offered on Thursday, March 1 and Tuesday, March 6.
You may sign up online for either session at www.princeton.edu/training (instructions are provided below).
Before then, it is important to know that voice mail messages saved in the current voice mail system cannot be moved to the new service. If you (or individuals in your department) have voice mail messages that must be saved, you can convert the voice mail to audio files and have them sent to your e-mail account, where they can be saved. See, ‘ Saving Voice Mail Messages ’ for instructions.
Thank you so much for supporting OIT Telephone Services in this effort. We look forward to introducing you to the new UM service at the information sessions in March.
To sign up for either UM information session:
· Click the OIT Technology Training link in the left menu.
· In the Filter section, choose “Telephone Coordinator” for Category.
· Click the class name of the class in which you wish to register.