Information Technology

The latest Information Technology news from UNC Health Care.

Information Security Alert: Contact ISD if you responded to Phishing Email

Beginning last Thursday, Nov. 9, and continuing Friday morning, Nov. 10, the UNC Health Care email system was targeted by a large scale phishing campaign. Contact ISD immediately (984-974-4357) if you shared your credentials.

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UNC-Guest Wireless to be discontinued on November 29

ITS plans to permanently remove the wireless access channel known as UNC-Guest from the UNC campus network on Wednesday, November 29. It is being replaced by a more robust and more secure access channel labeled as UNC-Guest-PSK. Read more for information on how to connect to UNC-Guest-PSK.

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Urgent Message for Apple users re: High Sierra update

Urgent Message for Apple users re: High Sierra update

Recently the new Apple Macintosh operating system (High Sierra) was released in the Apple App Store. If you have an Apple computer it is likely that you have seen a prompt to download and install this update. PLEASE DO NOT install the update at this time. This update will cause problems with Microsoft Office and the UNC wireless eduroam enrollment process. Campus IT groups are currently working with the vendors for a resolution. Please monitor this page for updates.

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Finalizing the Wireless Site Survey

Beginning the week of Oct. 2, ISD will finalize the wireless site survey originally conducted at UNC Medical Center in June. Four individuals will conduct the surveys, which should take about two weeks to complete.

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Changes to School of Medicine VPN Access

Changes to School of Medicine VPN Access

Beginning on Monday, September 18, 2-Step Verification will be required to utilize the UNC School of Medicine Campus VPN to access resources from off-campus locations. The Cisco VPN Client is typically used when off campus to access shared network resources such as the J: drive, and on-campus printers, as well as connecting to your office desktop using the Remote Desktop Connection. Read more for information on registering for 2-Step Verification (Duo).

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UNC Health Care honored as 'Most Wired Advanced'

UNC Health Care honored as 'Most Wired Advanced'

UNC Health Care is one of only 27 systems in the United States to be recognized as a 'Most Wired Advanced’ health system by the American Hospital Association (AHA) for its use of information technology to improve patient care and clinical integration.

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Beware of tech support scams

Beware of tech support scams

ISD Technical Security has seen an increasing number of tech support scams reported, in which scammers posing as technical assistance attempt to gain access to your computer or offer to "fix" your computer for a fee. Find out more about how to spot these scams.

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New Ransomware Threat – Actions required of all users

You may have heard of a new ransomware threat called ‘petya’ that is infecting computer networks around the world via Microsoft Office documents either attached to email messages or stored on web sites/servers for unsuspecting users to download. ISD needs all UNC Health Care employees and providers to take the following actions to prevent this ransomware virus from reaching our network.

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Introducing ‘NC HealthConnex’ – a rebranded North Carolina Health Information Exchange

Please view details about the rebranded North Carolina Health Information Exchange, which is now known as 'NC HealthConnex.' This data is available in Epic@UNC via CareEverywhere and will be labeled as “NC HealthConnex (formerly NCHIE).”

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Office 365 is coming! Upgrade to Office 2016

Office 365 is coming! Upgrade to Office 2016

School of Medicine email and calendar will migrate to Office 365 in June 2017. In preparation, older versions of Microsoft Office on departmental computers will need to be upgraded to Microsoft Office 2016.

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Introducing MySupport@UNC – Coming May 24

ISD values your feedback and is pleased to announce that ISD Assistance (the online HEAT Cloud self-service system) will be replaced by ‘MySupport@UNC’ on Wednesday, May 24 (the originally announced date was May 17), with the goal of delivering a simple, easy-to-use support solution for your IT issues and needs.

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School of Medicine IT: Carolina Value Update

As part of the Carolina Value initiative, School of Medicine desktop and server management IT services will brought under the single umbrella of School of Medicine IT, led by Uduak Ndoh. The changes will bring more efficient service, greater security, and provide staff with opportunities for professional development and career advancement.

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Introducing MySupport@UNC – Coming May 24

Introducing MySupport@UNC – Coming May 24

ISD values your feedback and is pleased to announce that ISD Assistance (the online HEAT Cloud self-service system) will be replaced by ‘MySupport@UNC’ on Wednesday, May 24 (the originally announced date was May 17), with the goal of delivering a simple, easy-to-use support solution for your IT issues and needs.

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Office 365 is coming!

Office 365 is coming!

School of Medicine email and calendar will migrate to Office 365 in June 2017. No action is required at this time, however look for communication from School of Medicine IT and your local IT staff to ensure that you are ready to migrate in the near future.

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New tools made possible by Epic@UNC Healthy Planet help providers adjust to a new model of care

From Best Practice Advisories for ambulatory practices to composite scores, Epic@UNC Healthy Planet provides tools to help clinics manage patient populations – a key to success in a rapidly changing health care market.

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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.

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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.

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Password expirations begin for UNC Health Care accounts

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 '@unchealth.unc.edu' 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!

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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.

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Alert: Uptick in Phishing email scams

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.

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