June 22 — The Lewis cluster will undergo urgent maintenance Wednesday 6/28. There is a set of urgent security patches that need to be applied to the cluster that will require a reboot. These relate to a series of vulnerabilities that have been receiving a lot of attention, you can find more information at https://access.redhat.com/security/vulnerabilities/stackguard. We will start…
June 1 — From June 6 through July 30 the Division of IT will help students get ready for technology at MU. Setting up email accounts at morning check in, answering questions at Mizzou Fair, and setting up laptops and mobile devices are all activities designed to get students tech ready. Learn more about DoIT at Summer Welcome.
June 1 — The computer labs are running summer hours Monday, June 5 through Friday, July 28. Check out your favorite lab to know when it is open!
May 10 — The Print Smart allowance will reset Monday, May 15th for summer. That means $7.00 will be added to the account of all students who are enrolled. Students can track usage and remaining allowance online. If you use up your allowance, the cost of each additional print will be charged to your student account. Learn more.
May 2 — Be careful what you click on! Phishing is a form of internet fraud that uses pop-up messages and emails to trick you into disclosing important info like credit card numbers, bank account information, social security numbers and more. Check out some of DoIT’s best tips for avoiding identity-stealing schemes.
May 1 — Strategic adjustments to your workstation can relieve aches and pains, or better yet prevent them from starting in the first place! The ACT Center offers evaluations and “do-it-yourself” techniques to improve your comfort, mood, and energy, which in turn has a direct impact on your productivity.
April 24 — The Division of IT is in the process of planning a replacement of the SharePoint 2010 service with Microsoft’s SharePoint Online service. SharePoint Online is the first of several applications within the Microsoft Office 365 (O365) product suite available for departmental use.
April 22 — The University of Missouri is hosting a two-day training session on PowerShell May 18 and 19. Developed by Microsoft, PowerShell is used for purposes of task automation and configuration management.