Women in Engineering and Technology
Getting involved in IT & Cybersecurity can be a life changing experience. It provides a wonderful opportunity for women to empower themselves through tackling new challenges, gaining essential work skills, participating in creative problem solving, and joining in leadership opportunities. The unique perspective women can contribute to technical fields is needed, and is in high demand by both employers and educators. This demand provides a powerful opportunity for women to get involved and influence the world around them.
If you are curious about whether IT or Cybersecurity is a good fit for you, please feel free to contact Amanda Hughes, current female students, or the BYU Women in Engineering & Technology (WE) group who provides research scholarships for freshmen and sophomore students. Know that your voice will always be heard here!
Systems Management (CTB 370) is located on the third floor of the Crabtree building and is managed by Aaron Vivian and student system administrators. Items available to be checked out for projects or student-use range from Ethernet cables to micro computers. They can also help with account/password resets, computer lab issues, and networking questions.
Contact Systems Management by visiting CTB 370 during student's posted hours found on the door. Aaron can be found helping with class labs and demos. His contact information can be found here.
BYU IT Crowd Slack Group
This Slack channel is used by the IT&C program for specific classes, program announcements, recruitment, internships, and for general Q&A or advice. It's highly recommended for students in any IT&C class to join. It requires a BYU email address to sign-up.
BYU Email Alias Manager
BYU provides students and employees with a limited number of BYU domain email addresses. These addresses are an alias which will forward any emails received to the address or addresses of your choice. Aliases are used only to receive email and cannot be used as the origin of an email.
CAEDM (Computer Aided Engineering Design and Manufacturing)
Sponsored by the Ira A. Fulton College of Engineering and Technology to provide core computing resources, file storage, and other services.
The BYU Domains program provides professors and students the tools they need to have a presence on the web and to take control of their digital identity. BYU students and faculty are given one free domain name to construct and use in their own manner, with tutorials and documentation to help them along the way. Get your free domain now, use it for as long as you are a member of the University, and then take it with you when you leave BYU.
You can download software like Windows 10 Enterprise, Microsoft Office 2016 for Mac, Cisco AnyConnect VPN Client, BYU's Open Access Print Driver for on-campus printers, and other educational software for free.
MSDNAA CAEDM Software Catalog
The Microsoft Developer Network Academic Alliance (MSDNAA) allow students and faculty to download Adobe Creative Cloud, Google Suite, AutoCAD, and other engineering related software for academic-related, non-commercial purposes.
Cloud Apps at BYU
Using your BYU firstname.lastname@example.org and your NetID password, BYU offers cloud-hosted applications to students. Run programs like Google Earth Pro, RootsMagic7, Adobe Creative Cloud suites, and AutoCAD without having to use your local systems resources to run these CPU intensive programs.
VMWare Academic Program
The VMWare Academic Program allows students and faculty access to software for running virtual machines on Windows, Mac, and Linux. Make sure to sign up for a CAEDM account first in order to use this link.