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Antivirus Software Update
New Antivirus Software For Ursinus Faculty and Staff.
After an extensive period of testing and evaluation, the college has decided to end our relationship with our previous anti-virus vendor Sophos, and adopt a new anti-virus software, Palo Alto Traps Antivirus; consequently, if you have Sophos installed on your computer you need to take action to keep your computer protected.
All Ursinus faculty and staff issued computers are impacted.
An email with information was sent to those needing to update their computers. If at any time you have a question, or if you’d like to speak to someone to assist, please call Tech Support at 610-409-3789 or stop by and we can help.
You should be on campus to install.
LIT Department Trainings
Did you know that the Library and IT staff could visit your department and provide a tailored training for you and your co-workers on a variety of topics?
Contact Tech Support (email@example.com; 610-409-3789) to schedule a training soon!
Don’t risk data loss! Back Up Your Data!
Your documents take time and effort. Back up your hard work.
It can be disastrous when your hard drive crashes and you need the information. There are ways to prevent catastrophic data loss and these ways are referred to collectively as “backing up”. Backing-up means copying your files to a separate location. Information and instructions can be found here:
Please contact the Technology Support Center if you feel you need assistance or have any questions! 610-409-3789
June 20th, 2019
Jun 20 2019 12:00pmCanvas Course JumpstartFaculty/Staff Dining RoomStudents benefit from well-designed Canvas courses that are truly integrated in the classroom. But how do you design a Canvas course that sets students up for success and doesn’t take you the entire semester to create and refine?
July 11th, 2019
Jul 11 2019 12:00pmCanvas Course JumpstartFaculty/Staff Dining RoomStudents benefit from well-designed Canvas courses that are truly integrated in the classroom. But how do you design a Canvas course that sets students up for success and doesn’t take you the entire semester to create and refine?