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New and Changing: Updates from AIT

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New Paperless Account Forms

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In September 2016, we switched to new paperless account forms. These forms are used for new employees requesting computer accounts and for supervisors requesting special access on behalf of their employees.

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MacOS Sierra

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On September 20, Apple released macOS 10.12 Sierra through the App Store. While this update is exciting, we request that you wait to update any College-owned Macs until we can provide full functionality with our campus systems.

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Printer Update

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On September 21 and 22, we will update the network printing on College-owned Windows computers. This is part of an ongoing effort to retire outdated services such as Novell iPrint, the software currently used for network printing.

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iOS Security Update

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On August 25, Apple released an important security update for iOS devices (iPhones and iPads). This update, iOS 9.3.5, repairs a critical security vulnerability.

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Anonymous FTP No Longer Available

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As part of ongoing security improvements, the College's anonymous FTP server was shut down on August 17. This server, previously located at ftp.wheaton.edu, was used to transfer files that were too large to send via email.

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New Student Checklist

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Welcome to Wheaton! Academic and Institutional Technology is looking forward to getting to know you and is available to assist you with any technology-related questions you might have. Before you come to campus, there are some things you should know.

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ThunderCloud Training Recommended Videos for Students

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This edition, we're recommending "Google Apps for Students." Use Google Apps to stay organized, be productive, and collaborate and communicate with other students. This course will teach you tips, tricks, and best practices.

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