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Using Google Drive App in the Binghamton Public Computing Labs (Windows)

The Google Drive App is on the public computers in the Binghamton Public Computer Labs and Classrooms.  This leverages the storage for Binghamton University students on Google.  The Drive app maps

Using Google Drive File Stream in the Binghamton Public Computing Labs (macOS)

Google Drive File Stream is on the public computers.  This leverages the storage for Binghamton University students on Google. Google Drive File Stream mounts on the desktop and provides access from

Computer Labs

Information Technology Services provides computer labs for students, faculty and staff. ... lab ... Service Description At the Binghamton University Public Computing Labs, you will find a variety of computing software and hardware. The main public computing areas are the Information Commons

Printing & Related Services

be used by multiple people in a department.  For students, ITS provides Print@Binghamton where students can use print credit or their BUC$ account to print in public computing labs.  Audience

Research Computing Pilot Program

Service Description Planned Services Expanded access to data storage One-click access to research software (Ex: RStudio, Jupyter) Run jobs on University provided computer clusters

Computer Lab Software

ITS Computer Labs have specialized software that is used for teaching, learning, and research.

Reserve Computer Lab

ITS Computer Labs can be reserved for classes and special events through BThere.

Research Computing Pilot Program Assistance


Report an Issue with a Computer Lab

Report an issue with a computer lab.

Services offered by other areas

Service Description Watson Computing Services High Performance Computing (SPIEDIE) Watson Computing Homepage   Library Resources and Services Binghamton University Libraries can

Mathematica

Overview How to Get Mathematica Mathematica is currently installed in the following locations: Computer labs All general or public-access labs. Many departmental labs have

Computer Hardware Recycling (E-Waste)

Information Technology Services provides Computer Hardware Recycling for University Owned equipment when it reaches the end of its useful life. Hardware must be brought to the Technology Hub for recycling. ...  following link. Due to the Federal and State recycling regulations associated with this type of equipment, ITS cannot accept any equipment from labs or that might potentially contain harmful material until

Computer Quote Request


Hardware Lifecycle Services

Information Technology Services provides quotes, installation, and recycling for University owned computer hardware. ... computer ... Service Description Information Technology Services provides support for the full life cycle of University owned computer hardware, including quotes for Dell and Apple hardware and electronics

Computer Setup

ITS provides computer setup by imaging and configuring University owned PCs & Macs.