Meet Phil Spitze - newest member of the Systems Administration group of Information Technology
In today’s world almost everyone hasa personal smartphone or tablet that they carry with them. These devices have become a handy wallet for all types of personal, financial, and social data, commonly used in our daily lives. Whether it is a smartphone or tablet, an Android or an iPhone, apps to provide us with access to banking, social networking, network storage, cloud storage, email, contacts, calendars, etc are all very common and easily downloaded.
In the midst of our smartphone generation, we can lose perspective of how vulnerable we can be when one of these devices ends up in the wrong hands, especially an unsecured device.
To better serve your technology needs and questions, Information Technology has implemented a new ticketing system. Have you tried it? To help you get started and allow you to take full advantage of all of the benefits of this new system, Information Technology has prepared the following tips.
Facebook's latest round of privacy changes have had a profound impact on the level of trust the average user puts in the company's commitment to privacy. Many have further wondered if it is worth continuing to participate in the social networking site and a host of developers are working to develop rival networks that make a commitment to privacy core.
What can you do to protect your information and continue to participate in Facebook? We've prepared a few tips for you.
As Information Technology met with faculty, staff, and students over the past year, one common theme we heard was the need for not only better communication, but more timely, accurate, and professional responses to campus requests for assistance. We're proud to offer the new support system as an easier way for you to request technology help and for us to track requests to make sure you are getting the highest quality assistance.
As announced in last month's IT Update, the campus will be moving to Blackboard 9 this spring. To prepare for this exciting change, Information Technology has both online and in-person training opportunities scheduled, as well as tips to log into the new interface.
As part of our "Faces in Information Technology" series, this month, we're introducing Sarah Davis who serves as the Assistant Manager of Classroom Services.
information Technology is pleased to announce a new effort to help student organizations build a web presence for their group. Using the tools that are being used college-wide, student organizations will be able to add and change information in real-time.
Recognizing that our current product e-mail security prodcut was not effectively providing sufficient protection against viruses and annoying spam, Information Technology evaluated several other options and is excited to announce that a new service will be introduced on campus this August.
Information Technology has seen an increase in the number of phishing and e-mail scams recently across campus. Unfortunately, this is in line with what industry experts are describing as a renewed attack from spammers. Please read the following tips to protect yourself from these attacks.
Information Technology urges the campus community to be aware that a new phishing scam has been reported on campus. Remember to always use extreme caution when receiving any request to reveal personal information online.
Information Technology is proud to announce that we are partnering with Google to adopt Gmail as the new e-mail service for students and alumni. The transition from NetMail to Gmail is expected to occur on June 1. However, access to NetMail will remain for several weeks thereafter, to permit a smooth migration.
It hardly seems possible that one year ago at this time, the new LeMoyne.edu was just an idea being considered by the Integrated Marketing Task Force and Web Advisory Committee. What a difference a year makes!
See how the new site is performing and what is on the horizon.
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