Technology Support Services: ITS Public Computing Areas

powered by ITS PUBLIC COMPUTING AREAS

In Binghamton University's Public Computing Labs powered by ITS, you will find a variety of computing software and hardware, go to the Computing Lab Directory to see what hardware is available, and then click on the Live Map link to see the latest software, and what stations are available. Click on the BeThere link to see schedule. See "Labs Schedule" below for links.

The main public computing areas are the Information Commons, Academic A Computing Lab areas and Science Library. There are also a number of smaller public computing areas on campus. The main public computing sites and additional satellite areas offer a wide selection of locations in which to work.

Interested in seeing the yearly usage summaries for Binghamton University's Computing Labs? Click here for the lab login summaries for 20172018 | 2019.

All computers in the Computing Labs require your Binghamton University userID and password to log in. Once you've logged in, you will be able to connect to your Bmail, Google Apps and network storage accounts.

You can print directly to laser printers from BINGSUNS, PCs and Macintoshes in public computing areas using Papercut. You can also print from your own computer if you configure it properly. Learn more about printing at Binghamton University.

SAVE PAPER - SAVE A TREE: THINK BEFORE YOU PRINT.

Computing Labs Schedule

Check the Labs Directory - the list of available ITS Computing Labs; capacity, hardware, equipment, etc. Check the schedule and see what is available in each lab before visiting a lab to make sure it is open.

Need to find out what computers are currently available? You can view the computer usage, activity and available stations in the public LabsClassrooms in real time by going to the Labs Live Maps page. You can also click on the software link to see the latest available software in that particular computing lab, and click on the BThere link to schedule the room.

Beware of Phishing Scams

Legitimate businesses and government entities would not ask you to send sensitive information in response to unsolicited e-mail. Your best protection is avoidance. Find out how, here.

BE SAFE and SECURE. Avoid Phishing, and always save your work in two places:

  • Flash Drive - USB Thumb Drive
  • Google Drive - Google Docs automatically saves to Google's servers
  • Google Mail - Mail your file to yourself as an attachment
  • H: Drive - your campus network storage space
  • Never save to a public computers desktop.

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