Technical Professional Services

Total Commitment to Service.

Technical Professional Services provides consulting, repair and support, electronic mail services, and a host of other related information technology services. Our unit works to provide assistance in technology management, resource allocation and access to core technologies at University of New Hampshire.

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Via this convenient Web Form or Via the Service Desk hotline: 862-4242



Repair Services

The Computer Repair Services group provides fee-based computer hardware and software repair for UNH faculty, staff and students.

Our staff are certified to perform warranty repairs on Dell and Apple personal computers. We also provide non-warranty service on many brands.

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VMware Servers

As part of the Green Computing initiative at UNH, We're moving our servers to the Vmware virtualization platform. This allows more groups access to server resources in a manner that is not only more environmentally friendly, but also helps keep implementation and long-term costs down.

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Premium Services Group

With on-site and remote support, our highly skilled consultants will insure that your daily and long-term IT needs are met.
We pride ourselves on minimizing down-time for our clients and keeping them up to date with the UNH computing environment.

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UNH IT Introduces Apple Education Licensing Program

UNH recently purchased an Apple Education Licensing Program (AELP). AELP offers significant savings to the University through a large volume licensing discount and makes it easier to keep UNH’s Apple software current and compliant. The AELP includes the Mac Software Collection bundle, which consists of the latest Mac operating system (currently Snow Leopard), iLife, and iWork.


Wildcats Live@Edu: Students to Receive New E-Mail, Communication and Collaboration Service

red at-sign.pngIn 2010, the UNH Student Senate voted unanimously to approve a measure to replace UNH Webmail (CIS Unix) with Microsoft Live@EDU. UNH Information Technology will introduce a new UNH Student e-mail system, Microsoft Live@EDU, in May 2011. At that time, students’ UNH usernames will remain the same, but their e-mail addresses will be changed to UNH faculty and staff e-mail accounts will remain on the existing UNH e-mail systems.

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