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Welcome to TechBrief , an e-newsletter that shares important information and progress in Information Technology at Union University.
In this issue, you'll learn about
Microsoft simplifies look of email, calendar
Access and basic use unchanged
Here are the main changes you'll notice:
There's no change to basic use or access:
Remember that your @my.uu.edu email address is an official means of University communication. Check it regularly and respond as requested.
Who's protecting your information and your devices? You!
THINK - How could your actions online impact you, your family or the University? Where is that link going? Is that email really from someone you know? What are the risks of a wireless network?
CONNECT - Enjoy the Internet with confidence, knowing you've taken the right steps to safeguard yourself, your information and your devices.
Learn more about:
STOP. THINK. CONNECT. is a joint initiative between the Anti-Phishing Working Group (APWG) and the National Cyber Security Alliance (NCSA). The U.S. Department of Homeland Security provides the US Government's leadership for the campaign.
Union University is an official member of STOP. THINK. CONNECT.
Office 2013 available on student lab computers
Office 2013 for Windows has a clean, new look designed to make creating, editing, reading and sharing documents easier and quicker.
Here are a few highlights:
If you have an older version of Office, don't worry. Office 2013 still works with files created in Office 2010/11 and earlier.
Needing to contact students, faculty, staff?
Select UU Contact Directories & Pictures on the portal's red UU Resources menu.
You'll find contact lists for campuses, employees and departments as well as pictures of student and employees. Email addresses are included.
Student pictorial directories are updated each fall. Employee information is updated throughout the year.
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