This latest Tech Update highlights many new, convenient resources to help streamline the start of the new academic year, including simple tips to make teaching, working, and learning more productive, collaborative, and inclusive.
Northeastern’s Services Now Mobile app will expand beyond the Wellness resources today to include Tech Service Portal with an easy and mobile-friendly way to access the services and support the Northeastern community needs
This update highlights resources to help keep meetings productive, collaborative, and inclusive. And for educators beginning to prepare for the fall terms, there are training and other technology resources available below to assist you.
While it’s always exciting to receive a job offer or an invitation to interview for a position, it’s important to keep an eye out for scams. We’ve outlined some common red flags to lookout for in this post.
Tech Update 5/25/21: Updates on Teams Meetings Presentations, Password Protection Tips, and Calls for Feedback
In this edition, you’ll find an update on some of the newest Microsoft Teams features, tips for how to manage your passwords, and more.
As phishing attacks grow in sophistication, so does the importance of elevating organizational awareness of these advanced security threats.
Student Tech Update 4/6/21: 5-day loans of laptops and other equipment, and student experience focus groups next week
In this edition, based on students’ feedback IT Services has expanded its services in Snell Library to support laptop loans for up to five days. Find more information about that and other resources in this update.
Faculty and Staff Tech Update 4/6/21: Accessing Zoom recordings in Panopto and how to use Adobe Sign
In this edition, you’ll find resources for signing staff performance evaluations, grading exams, managing your video recordings and information on Back to the Classroom workshops in Boston
In a world full of virtual meetings, backgrounds help us add a little fun, camouflage our clutter, and express our hopes and wishes for someday being able to be somewhere other than our home office.
You’re probably familiar with the term “phishing” by now, but do you know how to identify the sender, company and content of your emails before you engage with the content? Do you know how to report a phishing incident?