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You used to be able to spot an email scam based on grammar and spelling. Not so much anymore. Email scams focused on stealing information, aka phishing, have grown more clever, compelling and difficult for many savvy computer users to recognize. See what’s in the modern phishing scam by watching this three minute video.
Located in Employee News Online / 2019 / Oct. 17
"Vishing" is when someone calls you with a worrisome problem that affects you (but it’s not true), then urges/pressures you to give up personal, financial or password information, or to allow remote connect to your computer to help solve it. Learn about how to recognize when this is happening so you can better protect yourself by watching this short four-minute video.
Located in Employee News Online / 2019 / Oct. 10
As part of Cyber Security Awareness month, look for our weekly special edition of the InfoSec Connection newsletter featuring a short video. What can you do? View this video as your next step towards enhancing cybersecurity both at home and in the workplace.
Located in Employee News Online / 2019 / Oct. 3
Upcoming maintenance on shared file services scheduled for Saturday, October 5
On Saturday, October 5th at 9:00 a.m., School of Medicine IT will perform a major upgrade to the School of Medicine file services used by many departments within the School. Typically staff access the file services through the H:, J:, and S: drives on Microsoft Windows computers. The upgrade should not be, and has not been during past updates, disruptive to file services.
Located in Vital Signs / School of Medicine IT News
Launching July 30: A New IT Support Portal
Beginning Tuesday, July 30, you will notice something different when you visit help.med.unc.edu to request IT help or use the Live Chat feature. School of Medicine IT is partnering with main campus ITS to launch a new IT Support Portal. Read more for information about this change.
Located in Vital Signs / School of Medicine IT News
In this edition of the Infosec Connection: What is the dark web, how does DUO 2-Step Verification work, and why is rebooting computers so important?
Located in Employee News Online / 2019 / July 11
Improving Data Access and Analysis through Implementation of SAP HANA (Carolina Data Warehouse for Health 3.0)
The CDW-H 3.0 project will introduce a virtual access layer into the data integration environment. ISD is currently collaborating with key partners and business stakeholders to complete this project. The CDWH3.0 project team selected the SAP HANA platform to support UNCHCS’s move to a virtual access layer, and is on track for an initial go-live targeted for October 2019.
Located in Employee News Online / 2019 / July 11
Staying Cyber-safe on a Summer Vacation
Travelers heading out on their summer vacation will check that they have the right supplies, but not always ensure they are prepared to be cyber-safe with their devices and data. Ensuring all of your devices are secure and protected while you are away from work and home is paramount.
Located in Vital Signs / School of Medicine IT News
School of Medicine Classroom Upgrades
School of Medicine IT is in the process of upgrading classrooms throughout the school as part of a project to modernize room technologies, create more uniform systems across rooms, and improve ease of use for the presenters. Read more for information about improved teaching technologies, classrooms impacted, and a tentative schedule.
Located in Vital Signs / School of Medicine IT News
School of Medicine IT Webex Clinic: Tuesday, May 21
School of Medicine IT recently launched a new Webex video conferencing service for School of Medicine faculty, staff, and students and will be hosting Webex Clinics throughout the year. The next one will be in Bondurant G074 on Tuesday, May 21 at 2 p.m. They will also try to answer and address any questions or specific Webex needs you may have.
Located in Vital Signs / School of Medicine IT News