In the latest issue of the Tech Update, learn about Microsoft Loop, a new app that allows you to easily manage tasks and projects synced across Microsoft 365, and don’t miss Professor Passas’ article about the significant increase in the number of scams and what you can do to protect yourself. If you’re in Boston, stop by the Tech Bar now located on the first floor of Snell Library.  

In case you missed them, you can browse all past issues of the Update on the ITS website. You can also submit tips and success stories that you’d like to share in future updates, through Share IT!

As a reminder, the IT Service Desk is just a call, email, or chat away for technology support. Or take advantage of the self-service options at service.northeastern.edu/tech



Marcus P. Robinson     

Co-interim Chief Information Officer 

Think, plan, and collaborate with Microsoft Loop

Wish there were a better way to easily collaborate, find, and share content without switching appplications? Microsoft Loop allows you to easily collaborate with others in shared workspaces. Manage tasks and projects synced across Microsoft 365 in one workspace and break down content into dynamic components to stay in sync with changes without switching apps.

Manage tasks and projects across Microsoft 365

New Boston location, same solutions and support 

Come visit the Tech Bar on the Boston campus in Snell Library, now located on the first floor. In-person, walk-up IT support is available with no appointment necessary. Whether it’s a question about setting up your account or connecting to the Wi-Fi, a member of the IT Service Desk team is ready to assist.

See all the IT support options available to you

Would you fall for a scam? 

With more people using the Internet than ever before, falling for a scam is easier and more common than anyone imagines. In a recent article, Nikos Passas, professor of criminology and criminal justice at Northeastern University, discusses the reasons behind the increase in the number of scams and what you can do to protect yourself.

Avoid becoming the next victim of a scam

Share IT

The IT Services Communications team wants to hear from you! Do you have a great tip that can help faculty, staff, or students work smarter, collaborate more effectively, or use technology better? Share IT!  Submit an idea for Tech Update articles, success stories, technical tips, and more today.  

Need IT Help?  

The Northeastern IT Service Desk is available 24/7 to assist with technology questions and issues. Call 617.373.HELP [4357], email help@northeastern.edu, or visit the Tech Service Portal for chat and self-service support.

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