Phones & Conferencing
UNO's telecommunications system consists of a state-of-the-art, digital, private branch exchange (PBX) and distribution infrastructure engineered to provide high quality voice communication services. Telephone service is provided via traditional single line phones and advanced digital phones located throughout the campus in offices and meeting rooms.
Telecommunication Services provides:
- Installation and maintenance of the campus telephone system
- Assistance with audio and video conferencing
- Telecommunications analysis in consultation with campus colleges and departments
- Emergency and convenience telephones via strategically placed “Blue Light” and building campus phones
Before relocating your phone, please contact Information Technology Services at 402-554-4357 or ITS-UNOemail@example.com to update your location information. Accurate location information is essential for 911 emergency services.
To better ensure that emergency responders are able to quickly identify the location of an emergency, in the event you need to call 911, your first choice should be to call from a wired-line phone or cellular phone. If you do choose to call 911 from a soft-phone, you will need to stay on the line with 911 dispatch to confirm your exact location.
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