While we are working from home and keeping our social distancing, attackers are working hard to take advantage of the current pandemic.
“Change of direction”, “structured course correction”, “shift in strategy” are all phrases that aptly describe how our campus has quickly and effectively responded to recent events.
The go-live of Project One on July 1 will mark the installation of the cloud-based Workday system, our new and modern enterprise resource planning (ERP) structure.
Replacement of equipment and phone number changes will occur when normal campus operations return.
Requests for purchases of hardware, software, and services that connect to the network must be reviewed by IT Services for approval.
Don’t let your guard down just because you are on a mobile device. Be just as careful as you would on a desktop!
Three-year project improves security for workstations.
New security profiles will detect threats and prevent them from taking action against the network and online services.
Partnership provides a secure and flexible delivery system of funds to student’s financial accounts.
Practicing good cybersecurity is always a primary goal for the campus, but it takes on an even more important role during this turbulent time period.