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Sneak Peek: School of Medicine Website Redesign
In July 2012, OIS began a joint project with SOM Communications to redesign the theme for the SOM Web System. We would like to invite you to a preview event the second week of December where we will explain the goals of the redesign project and give you a sneak peak at the draft designs with a chance to offer feedback.
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Access the OIS room availability calendar on your mobile device
You can now check room availability online and make reservation requests right outside the room using the posted QR codes.
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SharePoint 2013 Upgrade: Monday, August 24
As part of a larger move to Microsoft’s Office 365 cloud-based suite of tools, the School of Medicine will move from the current campus-hosted version of SharePoint 2010 to the cloud-based SharePoint 2013 on Monday, August 24. If you currently manage a SharePoint site and have not been contacted about upgrading your site, please contact webhelp@med.unc.edu as soon as possible.
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OIS Launches HeelStream Streaming Media Service
On September 21, 2015, the Office of Information Systems released HeelStream, an online streaming media delivery service. Think of it as YouTube for the School of Medicine! HeelStream provides an easy way for you to manage and deliver your videos and digital media content that you want to share with others.
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OIS Security Bytes: Move Your Sensitive Data NOW!
Do you work with sensitive data (MRNs, SSNs, etc.)? If so, it is YOUR responsibility to protect that information. The safest location for University data is secure network storage. Read more about Project SIR and how you can secure sensitive information stored on your computer.
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Project SIR: How to identify sensitive data on your computer
At UNC we all have a responsibility to protect sensitive information that we have created or has been entrusted to us. Identity Finder is a tool that is available to scan and remediate sensitive data on your computer. Read more about Identity Finder and how to move sensitive data to a secure location.
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Check your version of Internet Explorer
Microsoft is ending support for Internet Explorer versions older than IE11. OIS recommends updating to IE11 or Microsoft Edge so that you will receive the latest security updates. For computers managed by the UNC AD domain, Internet Explorer will be updated to IE11 automatically, starting January 26, 2016.
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Changes to Outlook Web App
On Saturday, December 19 from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. email clients will temporarily and intermittently lose access to UNC Exchange accounts. ITS is implementing Exchange 2013 servers to prepare for future upgrades and Office 365 migrations. Following this change, outlook.unc.edu will point to the new Exchange 2013 servers. The only change users should notice is a new Outlook Web Application (OWA) login page. After entering their username and password, users will be redirected to the familiar 2010 OWA interface.
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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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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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