Information Technology has started a monthly projects newsletter that will highlight key projects in each issue. Use the link below to open the February 2019 issue in your browser. This issue includes updates on the following projects: Facilities Access Control, Scantron Alternative, Banner 9, Space Utilization, ORGA Protocol Manager Replacement, and Windows 10. https://mailchi.mp/e75678b5f275/it-project-updates-newsletter-331361 …Continue Reading Information Technology Projects Newsletter – February 2019
Happy First Day of Classes!
Happy first day of classes! The beginning of each semester is a great time for students, faculty, and staff to log into MyCharleston (my.cofc.edu) and make sure phone numbers and email addresses listed in CougarAlert are up to date. The College uses this system to provide emergency notifications to campus. …Continue Reading Happy First Day of Classes!
Make it a Resolution in 2019 to Stay ‘Cyber’ Safe
Here are a few good online habits for 2019. Happy New Year! 1. Avoid using public Wi-Fi networks to conduct personal business, bank, or shop online. 2. Before submitting sensitive information online, like passwords or payment details, make sure your browser is using https:// 3. If your browser warns you that the website you are…Continue Reading Make it a Resolution in 2019 to Stay ‘Cyber’ Safe
Winter Break Hours
The College of Charleston IT Helpdesk will be operating in a limited capacity Saturday, December 22 through Sunday, December 23 and again Wednesday, December 26 through Sunday, December 30. The IT Helpdesk will be monitoring chat at help.cofc.edu and email at firstname.lastname@example.org. The IT Helpdesk will not be available via telephone on these days. As always, an on-call technician will be available for faculty and staff emergencies outside…Continue Reading Winter Break Hours
Reminder: Register Now for Self-Service Password Reset
A follow-up to our November message to remind you to register for Self-Service Password Reset. If you haven’t already, take a few minutes before leaving for winter break and register your account for Self-Service Password Reset. We know it’s a busy time of year, but many people leave for break and forget their passwords once…Continue Reading Reminder: Register Now for Self-Service Password Reset
Good Luck on Final Exams
Good luck on final exams College of Charleston students! Need to print final assignments or exam study notes? Printing locations on campus include the Addlestone Library and Education Center Atrium. Students can also send print jobs from personal devices to printers in these locations using Mobility Print. Devices must be connected to the Ethernet or eduroam wireless…Continue Reading Good Luck on Final Exams
Welcome (Back) to Campus Alumni!
Welcome (back) alumni, and families, to the College of Charleston! During your visit to campus this weekend, please make use of the complimentary Internet access provided through the “cofc-guest” wireless network. …Continue Reading Welcome (Back) to Campus Alumni!
Self-Service Password Reset Coming Soon
Have you ever come back from a vacation or started a new semester and forgot your College of Charleston password? Do you wish you could just change it yourself without calling the Helpdesk? In the coming weeks, the Division of Information Technology will be releasing a new feature, called Self-Service Password Reset, that will enable…Continue Reading Self-Service Password Reset Coming Soon
Information Technology Newsletter | Fall 2018
[Information Technology Newsletter | Fall 2018] The Division of Information Technology’s fall newsletter covers technology in the newly renovated Hollings Science Center, the recent campus wireless network upgrade, the L.I.V.E. Studio equipment, and more. Read POINTS OF INNOVATION here https://mailchi.mp/8d3b1455cc52/information-technology-newsletter-fall-2018 …Continue Reading Information Technology Newsletter | Fall 2018
National Cybersecurity Awareness Month: Critical Infrastructure
During week 4 of National Cybersecurity Awareness Month we’re providing examples of how the public can play a role in keeping the nation’s critical infrastructure (services essential to our day-to-day lives) safe. Information Technology and Communications are key critical infrastructure sectors (example: the Internet) central to the nation’s security, economy, public health and safety. Here’s…Continue Reading National Cybersecurity Awareness Month: Critical Infrastructure