• Cybersecurity Awareness Month a Success

    Nov 15, 2022 by Melissa Koons
    October was Cybersecurity Awareness Month and the Office of Information Technology (OIT) and the Office of Security and Compliance (OSC) partnered with security and compliance departments across the university to deliver a month of cybersecurity content. This included webinars, news articles, and sharing best practices information. Each week during the month of October featured a cybersecurity threat prevention tool and explained why they are helpful. While Cybersecurity Awareness Month is over, cybersecurity is a conversation and practice that is relevant every day. Visit the OIT website for more information, FAQs, and resources so that you can take measures to keep your information safe.
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  • Available Tools and Software from OIT

    Nov 15, 2022 by Melissa Koons
    OIT has been reworking our tools and services and we have more to offer than ever before. You might be familiar with the standard tools provided by the university such as Microsoft Office, Zoom, and Canvas, but are you aware of these other programs that you can access for free or at a discounted rate? Here are some software programs available for faculty, staff, and students that you might not be aware of. For a complete list of the software available to university faculty, staff, students, and healthcare professionals, visit our website.
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  • Office of Information Technology Recruiting

    Nov 15, 2022 by Melissa Koons
    The Office of Information Technology is recruiting new team members. As we are growing and expanding both on the Anschutz Medical Campus and the Denver campus, we have several open positions we are currently hiring for. OIT is looking for diverse team members to join us at both campuses, so if you or someone you know is looking to join an innovative team, review our open positions and see if one is a good fit.
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  • Sign Up for Emergency Technology Alerts on Statuspage

    Sep 20, 2022 by Melissa Koons
    OIT Statuspage is an email and phone messaging system to alert students, staff, and faculty of any system outages. You can customize your notification options by choosing what messages and notifications you receive so that you are only contacted with information relevant to you.
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  • Cybersecurity Awareness Month

    Sep 20, 2022 by Melissa Koons
    October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month - join us for activities throughout the month including the Cybersecurity Threat Prevention and Awareness Round Table at noon on Thursday, October 6.
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  • Microsoft Trainings

    Sep 20, 2022 by Melissa Koons
    Training sessions are led by a Microsoft learning consultant and are free of charge for all current faculty, staff, and students. Register for one or more sessions in the series!
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  • New OIT Statuspage is Live! Sign up Today for Service Alerts

    Aug 12, 2022 by Mimi Cohen Dell
    Students, faculty, and staff can sign up for the OIT Statuspage service alerts including a choice of services via email or text.
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  • Reminders for fall semester learning, teaching, and working

    Aug 12, 2022
    Be sure that your university password is current; and, applications, operating systems, and software are all up to date as we prepare for the fall semester!
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  • Take Advantage of Reduced Price or Free Software

    Aug 12, 2022
    Software and applications are available for free or at a discounted rate for the university community. Visit the OIT software webpage for a full list of searchable software such as Microsoft 365 products, Adobe Creative Cloud, and BioRender.
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  • Are you a Microsoft Windows 7 hold-out?

    Jul 8, 2019 by OIT Project Team
    Microsoft is ending support for Windows 7 - what do you need to do to prepare?
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  • About the OIT website

    Jan 3, 2020 by Mimi Cohen Dell
    Did you know you can reset your own password without calling the service desk for help? Learn more about what resources and services are available from the OIT website.
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  • Multi-factor authentication (MFA) and Microsoft Office 365 applications (yes, this includes your campus email!)

    Jan 21, 2020 by OIT Project Team
    Multi-factor authentication with Microsoft Office 365 applications - including email - will begin later this year. Learn more about what you need to do now to prepare.
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