Welcome to the October 2013
issue of the IT@Sam Newsletter!
National Cyber Security Awareness Month is Here!
National Cyber Security Awareness Month is officially here. Come find our IT@Sam representatives in the mall area. We have social media contests as well as other giveaways to help promote online security.
Have You Separated Your Former Employees?
If you have any outstanding EPAFs within your department, please process them as soon as possible. We want to make sure the most current SHSU personnel are reflected in our system.
Campus Projects - Sage
Starting this month, IT@Sam will "showcase" a cool new technology on campus. In this month’s article, our focus is on the Department of Mathematics and Statistics and a program known as Sage.
Security Awareness and the NDA Officially in Talent Management
The Non-Disclosure Agreement and the annual Security Awareness Training are officially in Talent Management. Please check your transcript in Talent Management for each training.
Software Request Reminder
Educating students is the primary goal of this campus. To accomplish this goal, special software may be needed for your class. If you know you will need software for upcoming semesters, please take notice of the target dates for your requests.
Tech Tip: Online Archive
Are you running low on space in your SHSU inbox? Well, we have a solution that will free up some space and let you have quick access to those important e-mails.
Security Tip: Using Wi-Fi
We see them all the time. Whether we are out getting coffee or at a hotel, Wi-Fi hotspots are everywhere. Connecting to them is simple, but are they secure?
October Technology Training Schedule
IT@Sam will be offering a number of training sessions in various programs throughout the year. With each newsletter, we will list the trainings offered for the month. You can sign up for the trainings in Talent Management.
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