Tech Troubleshooting

If you are experiencing problems with your computer, network connection, Google apps, website, MS Office, A/V equipment or special applications, send us the details at dasa-tech-help@ncsu.edu.

Service Requests

Hardware and software purchasing, setting up Guidebook, access to university brand fonts, customized tech training — these are just some of the many services we provide. See our list of typical service requests for details, or send us a request.

Tech Planning

If you want our team to consult with you regarding major projects, special events, and anything related to the strategic integration of technology into your operation, please contact your Strategic Lead to start the discussion.

Not Sure?

When in doubt about how best to get the help or answers you need, just send us the details at dasa-tech-help@ncsu.edu. We’ll figure it out!

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Oct 13
  • Oct 13
    DASA Co-Working

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Nov 3
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Dec 8
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Recent News | Read more...

2FA for Google Generics in DASA

August 8, 2017

Many DASA staff have received automated notifications today about enabling Google 2-Step Verification on Google Generics. There is no need for action at this time.

New Form to Request a Reporter Course

July 27, 2017

Reporter is an event registration system (built and managed by OIT) and it is in use all over campus. Several DASA units are now using the system as well, and DASA Tech has created this form to help units with the process of setting up a Course in the Reporter system.

Alertus Deployment for Macs

July 18, 2017

DASA Tech will deploy Alertus to Macs (Apple MacBooks, iMacs and Mac Minis) in the division starting this week and through early August. Alertus is used to relay critical emergency notifications. During an emergency situation, the screen will flash with an emergency message until the user acknowledges the message.