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Help us avoid Ransomware/Viruses: Don’t open links, attachments from unfamiliar sources
A Cancer Center in Indiana is the most recent medical provider to have its data hacked, encrypted, and then held for ransom. Please follow these tips for helping keep our patients' data, and UNC Health Care's information, safe and secure.
Located in Employee News Online / 2017 / Jan. 26
ISD teams move to UNC Health Care’s Morrisville campus beginning Friday, Jan. 27
UNC Health Care’s ISD teams will begin moving to the 1025 Think Place address Jan. 27. The timeline is outlined on this page.
Located in Employee News Online / 2017 / Jan. 26
To ensure our data and information remain secure, starting in December 2016, employees' UNC Health Care domain account passwords will begin expiring on an annual basis. Your UNC Health Care domain account is the account used for logging-in to Epic@UNC, LMS and your '' email. You will be notified in several ways before your password expires. But we encourage everyone to proactively update their password at a convenient time using the steps outlined at this Intranet link. Don't wait for your password to expire!
Located in Employee News Online / 2016 / Dec. 15
Beware of free tools on the internet
The internet offers a wealth of free tools but sometimes the tools come packaged together with hidden threats. Learn more in this message from ISD about identifying trustworthy sources and avoiding malware.
Located in Employee News Online / 2016 / Oct. 20
Alert: Uptick in Phishing email scams
OIS has seen an uptick in a new email phishing campaign asking staff to click on a link to continue accessing your mailbox. Remember, UNC will never send an email with links asking you to verify your mailbox or increase your mailbox size. Read more for instructions on how to report phishing messages.
Located in Vital Signs / 2016 / Oct. 6
Starting in December 2016, passwords for employees’ UNC Health Care accounts (the account used to login to LMS, email, Epic@UNC, etc.) will expire annually. To make the process of resetting your password more efficient, ISD has set up a new Self-Service Password site at to allow you to reset your password without contacting the ISD Service Desk. But first, you must first select security questions/answers using the steps detailed at this Intranet link.
Located in Employee News Online / 2016 / Sept. 22
UNC Health Care is transitioning away from buying printers and printing supplies through ISD. Effective immediately, a vendor named Systel will supply equipment and supplies (excluding paper) as new printers are needed and/or leases with other print vendors expire.
Located in Employee News Online / 2016 / Sept. 22
Small download from personal email can turn into a BIG problem
It is very important that employees do not download (or open) files from their personal email onto UNC Health Care computers.
Located in Employee News Online / 2016 / Sept. 15
Meet the CIO Town Hall Meeting
Uduak Ndoh, MBA, Chief Information Officer and Assistant Dean for Information Technology, will host a town hall meeting on Sept. 20. He looks forward to answering questions from School of Medicine IT staff and interested stakeholders regarding upcoming developments within OIS and the IT community at large. Uduak welcomes your suggestions and feedback on technology solutions that can help achieve the vision of the SOM in being the nation's leading public school of medicine.
Located in Vital Signs / 2016 / Sept. 1
Protecting yourself from Technical Support Phone Scams
Often when using the internet we see popups. Popups are something that all of us have dealt with for a long time; however, every once in a while we will see a popup that is instructing us to contact someone for assistance. These are known as Technical Support Phone Scams and they can be very detrimental to you and your sensitive information.
Located in Employee News Online / 2016 / Aug. 18