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Tags: Security

Disk Encryption for College-Owned Computers

Posted by Academic and Institutional Technology

As part of an ongoing effort to enhance security and protect College data and student and employee personal information, we will begin encrypting the hard drives of College-owned computers issued to employees with access to sensitive data.

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Tags: Training ThunderCloud Services

Improving Your Memory

Posted by Academic and Institutional Technology

Does your memory sometimes fail you? Not sure how to remember a long list of dates or the 23 steps in your lab procedure? We're recommending the short ThunderCloud Training video course, "Improving Your Memory."

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Tags: Security

ACNET No Longer Available

Posted by Academic and Institutional Technology

As part of ongoing security improvements, the College’s ACNET file server will be shut down on February 22. This server was previously used for storing files for students working on projects.

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Tags: Updates

Essential LISTSERV Mailing Lists Now Available

Posted by Academic and Institutional Technology

Essential LISTSERV mailing lists for critical or required information are now available. These mailing lists replace the current notification system. Essential LISTSERV mailing lists are populated based on Banner data and are refreshed daily.

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Tags: Updates

Subscription LISTSERV Mailing Lists Now Available

Posted by Academic and Institutional Technology

Subscription-based LISTSERV mailing lists for department events and general information are now available. These lists allow users to subscribe or unsubscribe at will. You can request subscription-based lists on behalf of your department.

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Tags: Phishing Attempts

Phishing Alert | “fraudulent card charge”

Posted by Academic and Institutional Technology

Employees recently received an email confronting them about an unknown credit card charge. The email directs the recipient to follow a hyperlink to view the sender’s bank statement and then respond to the email.

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