Powered by Four Winds Interactive, our digital signage at TAMUG is displayed on TVs located at public spaces around the campus, as a way to communicate news, weather, food menu, and user-driven information.
We provide advisory to get new licensed digital signage's devices and offer training to all users in designing templates and administering content.
Texas A&M University hosts the MS Exchange Server utilized by TAMU and TAMUG. Galveston Campus employees are provisioned space on the TAMU Hosted Exchange Server and a boutique email address utilizing the TAMUG.edu domain space is attached to the mailbox. Please see below for details on how to access, configure, and utilize your TAMUG Email account.
Filex is a secure way to transmit data files. It encrypts the data file and requires a data key to access the file ensuring sensitive information is protected and only accessible by the intended recipient.
The University has two different options available for video conferencing.
TTVN is the enterprise data and interactive communications network that serves the eleven university campuses, the Health Science Center, and seven research and service agencies of the Texas A&M University System (TAMUS).
Zoom is a full-featured web collaboration tool available to Texas A&M University students and employees. It allows for audio and video conferencing, as well as screensharing.
The University website is maintained with a content management system called Cascade. The Cascade Management System (CMS) gives departmental personnel the ability to keep their web content up to date without having to know complex web design coding.
The Information Services department has dedicated full time staff for maintaining the University website. Requests for web support can be emailed at email@example.com.
As part of the management of the University website, all Cascade editors use the firstname.lastname@example.org email contact list to request content publishing or website technical support.
Jellyfish has been upgraded to help secure your wireless data. There are a few simple steps to connect.
How to Connect with NetID:
How to Connect as a Guest:
Follow steps above, but click on "Guest Account" to be taken to a credentials form. After completing the form, you will receive an email and text message with a username and password that will allow you to connect to the wifi.
If you have login issues with NetID credentials, please visit gateway.tamu.edu to resolve the issues.
If signing in as a guest and you are unable to receive emails or texts, please come to the IS Office in CLB 113 for assistance.