You're invited to the Open House at the newly renovated Nevada Lab.
Students, faculty, and staff who are leaving campus for Winter Break should make sure that they have chosen a password recovery option in the new password system available at go.illinois.edu/password.
The Technology Services Privacy and Information Security team has identified a phishing email scam targeting University of Illinois employees. If you fall for this scam, you run the risk of having your banking information changed to reroute your paycheck to the scammers. Please do not log in to websites with your University of Illinois ID and password unless you are absolutely certain the website is affiliated with the University of Illinois.
On January 4, 2016 the UIUCnet and UIPublicWifi networks will be retired. These two networks are being removed to help reduce confusion about which WiFi network students, faculty, and staff should use when on campus.
After January 4, 2016, students, faculty, and staff who need to use WiFi on campus should use IllinoisNet.
The Social Media Analytics Team will present today in Chicago on how to use social media data to tell compelling stories.
Become more secure with information from Google's Niels Provos.
Piazza can help make registering for classes easier.
The Information Trust Institute is bringing Neils Provos to campus to discuss security that works.
Wireless presentation technology is available in a growing list of classrooms on campus.
Exchange, which is used for email and calendaring by faculty and staff, will undergo upgrades between November 3 and November 17. These upgrades will improve performance and change how malicious email attachments are filtered.
Customers using the Thunderbird mail client will need to make a setting change before November 17 to avoid receiving an error message after the upgrades are completed. The Outlook email client may prompt you to restart Outlook. All other mail clients are not expected to be affected by these changes.