Warren Wilson

BHSU Chief Information Officer
Office: E.Y. Berry Library 110
Phone: 605.642.6232
Email: Warren.Wilson@BHSU.edu

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Information & Instructional Technology Services

Our mission is to be a leader in promoting and enabling technology to enhance the learning environment. IITS works collaboratively with faculty, students and staff to leverage technology to advance and support BHSU’s delivery of education, development of research, and engagement of students.

Black Hills State University

CONTACT IITS:
E.Y. Berry Library Room 007
7:00 AM - 4:00 PM M-F
IITS Office: 605.642.6020
IITS Help Desk: 605.642.6580
BHSUHelpDesk@BHSU.edu

Helpful Hints

If your computer is attached to the network or your account is on a machine on the network or Internet, someone else on the network can have their computer test hundreds of password combinations against yours every second. This is called "brute-force" password cracking, and the best protection against it is a strong password.

Learn how to set a strong password…