IT Services have encountered a serious issue with access to Wi-Fi services following a Firewall upgrade yesterday evening. Read the rest of this entry »
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As part of the Enabling Technology work, the provision of IT support across the University is being merged to create a new central IT function providing support across a range of systems and services to all parts of the University. Read the rest of this entry »
On 22 April, IT Services will start using a new Service Management Tool, supplied by TOPdesk. This system is a Software as a Service offering and is accessed via your browser from anywhere, making a real change to how staff and students can access services supplied and supported by IT Services. Read the rest of this entry »
There has been widespread media coverage of the Heartbleed OpenSSL IT security vulnerability this week. Read the rest of this entry »
A centrally-funded project has been approved which will improve and update the data network infrastructure at the Greenlands site, and within a number of buildings on the main Whiteknights campus. Read the rest of this entry »
We have had a mail sent to University staff this morning which is another scam. Read the rest of this entry »
We have had a mail sent to University staff this morning which is another scam.
Do not click on the links in the email. We have taken steps to block the site and to mitigate the risks associated.
In early 2013, the Technology Enhanced Learning Strategy Group (TELSG) proposed the expansion of centrally managed Wi-Fi services across the University. Read the rest of this entry »
We are advising that you beware fake e-mails such as ones pretending to be either from Voicemail, HMRC, image scanners, courier deliveries, company complaints etc, containing small “Zip” attachments.
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Early in October, the multimedia giant Adobe admitted to having suffered a data breach of significant proportions, with initial estimates from Adobe numbering it at 2.9 million compromised accounts. Just how significant is now becoming clearer as the count of those compromised is still increasing. Read the rest of this entry »