Category Archives: Vulnerabilities
Training Tip: Recycle Your Old Tech Devices on Campus

With the new University fiscal year starting soon, you and your colleagues or staff may be ordering new computers and other electronic devices for your department. The University of Chicago…

Training Tip: Take a Restorative Walk with the ReTUNE App

The next time you plan to walk somewhere on campus or in the Hyde Park area, you can plug your starting location and destination into the ReTUNE app to find…

May 2018

Updates fromthe Office of the Associate Vice President for IT and CIO May 2018 Drupal vulnerabilities patched by quick actions from IT Services staff: Members from across IT Services quickly…

Training Tip: Master Your Gmail Inbox

Whether you forward your UChicago email account to Gmail or use it for a personal email account, tap into some features to organize your inbox. In the default Gmail inbox…

Training Tip: Organize Your Outlook Inbox

Many email clients have built-in functionality to help you organize your inbox. In Microsoft Outlook, you can use the Clean Up feature to have the system automatically move redundant, read…

Training Tip: Study Better with Less Interruptions

If you’re a student studying for exams, don’t let your phone calls, texts, and other notifications distract you. Set up your devices so they won’t break your concentration. On your…

Training Tip: Transfer Files Ahead of Graduation

As you prepare to graduate from UChicago, it’s a good time to assess what files you have stored in your UChicago G Suite or UChicago Box accounts. As a graduating…

Training Tip: Create a Website or Blog with UChicago Voices

UChicago Voices provides faculty, students, and staff the ability to build websites, blogs, portfolios, and more. For instructors, Voices offers a platform to host content for your students in a…

April 2018

Updates fromthe Associate Vice President for IT and CIO April 2018 Faculty and IT partner through App Challenge: The winner of the UChicago Winter 2018 App Challenge is Genmo, an…

Training Tip: Enroll in 2FA

Two-factor authentication (2FA) is an added security measure similar to how you protect your bank account with a pin number (something you know) and debit card (something you have) when…

Training Tip: Learn with Lynda at UChicago

Lynda.com is a leading online learning company that helps you advance your business, software, technology, and creative skills to achieve personal and professional goals. Lynda at UChicago is service available…

Training Tip: Take a Shortcut in Office

Keyboard shortcuts can help you accomplish routine tasks more efficiently. For users with mobility or vision disabilities, keyboard shortcuts can be easier than using a touchscreen and are an essential…

Training Tip: Create Safe and Trustworthy Emails

When sending emails, it is important to ensure the recipient views your message as safe and legitimate, so they will read the contents and take action as needed. There are…

Training Tip: IT Services Is Here to Help

Whether your computer needs a checkup, you need help installing or updating software, or you’re seeking advice on the best secure file sharing solution, IT Services is here to help…

Training Tip: Don’t Get Fooled by Phishing

A phishing scam is a legitimate-looking email that appears to come from a well-known and trustworthy organization or website but is really an attempt to gather personal and financial information…

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