The holiday season comes with an increase in celebrations, meals, gatherings, and more. And it also comes with an increase in the risk of scam attempts.
It’s a stressful time of year with holidays and the end of the semester. Technology can add to that stress, or it can be used to minimize the stress. Technology Services offers some simple, easy-to-implement ideas to use technology to help get you through finals and holiday stress.
The USC Best Practices and SecApp Resources project team, in partnership with Technology Services, has developed recommendations for USC responsibilities, identifying USCs, and auditing of Unit USCs.
In recognition of cybersecurity month, Technology Services set a goal to educate faculty, staff, and students about phishing via “Phish Market”, held at the Digital Computer Lab.
Technology Services provides a number of essential campus services to facilitate the university’s mission. These metrics showcase the impact some of the services the organization provides.
5G, short for Fifth Generation, is the next technical evolution of cellular-based technology. Learn how you can leverage 5G technologies as well as some high-level differences between cellular and Wi-Fi.
October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month, a national campaign to remind people about ways to protect their privacy and online security. Technology Services has activities planned all month.
Special guest speaker, Darla Hill, Director of Audits at the Office of University Audits, led the conversation on common problems and issues, identified by audit, which might have relevance to the Business IT Collaboration.
Why can’t I find my course in Canvas? How do I connect my device to the Wi-Fi? Read more for answers to common questions we see from students at the beginning of the semester.
A new login screen was implemented between Aug 12 and 14. Learn more and see troubleshooting steps here: