Monthly Archives: September 2016

Coming Soon – New Copiers On Campus

During Fall Break all of the copiers on campus will be replaced with newer models. The new Kyocera copiers are faster, with more memory to better handle the diverse needs of the Etown campus community. Other features of the new

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Phishing Scams are Getting Smarter

It used to be easy to spot a Phishing Scam. An African Prince asking for money to buy his dog an education or some yak. Now, phishing scams are getting smarter. They’re getting clever. Take a look at the email

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Tech Tip: Change Your Network Password in OWA

Over the summer, ITS upgraded Outlook Web App (mail.etown.edu). The update moved where you will find the option to change your network password. To save you some time and stress, we’re going to let you know where to go. From

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Recent Updates to Canvas: September 2016

Canvas recently released some useful updates.  Take a look at the overview video or read the full release notes for all of the details. Some of the highlights from the release notes include: If you use the Attendance tool, students

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Managing Your Online Presence

Did you know that employers and recruiters check your social media when considering you as a candidate for a job, sports team, internship, college admissions, etc.? They do, and if your security settings aren’t up to par, they might see

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New Wireless Network FAQs

Over the summer, ITS revamped the entire Wi-Fi network on campus. As such, there may be some people with connection problems until we all settle in with the systems. Are you have trouble staying connected to the Wi-Fi? Does your

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Tech Tip: Mailbox Quota in OWA

Over the summer, you received an email informing you that we would be updating Outlook Web App. That process was a success, but many functions have changed. We have updated the ITS Knowledgebase with information on how to perform nearly

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What’s New on Campus?

Over the summer, we worked very hard to make our Network better and our systems more efficient. We updated the lab computers and classroom podium computers to Windows 10. We upgraded our email servers for more efficiency, and moved to the

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Student Password Reset

If you have ever forgotten the password for your E-town account then you are in luck. ITS has been working hard to implement a Reset Password system. This system will allow you to reset your password using an alternate email

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Tech Tip: Link to a Document in OneDrive

In OneDrive, a user can send a link to individuals to access specific documents with a single link. Start by logging in to your OneDrive account. Navigate to the file you would like to share and right click on the

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Updating Passwords

Changing your password regularly is good practice to protect your accounts and keep your information secure. In order to keep our network safe, we require E-town Network users to change their password every 120 days. Don’t worry, Outlook and the

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Tech Tip: Guest Access to Wireless

When guests come to visit, they are more than welcome to register for temporary accounts on our system. The accounts can be setup on laptops, tablets, or cell phones and are good for 3 days. Note: Guest registration requires that

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Swivl Your Thinking For Students

Students, does the thought of presenting make your knees shake? Are you tired of traditional PowerPoint presentations? Want a way to wow a future employer? Swivl may be just what you are looking for. Swivl is great for group projects, Education majors, Communications majors, or anybody looking to up

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