Monthly Archives: October 2019

Microsoft Office on Shared Computers

At the start of this semester, ITS announced that users were now required to sign into Microsoft Office on computers in classrooms, labs and other shared environments. Some users are reporting that when attempting to sign into Office on a shared device, they see an

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Canvas Left Navigation Menu Style

Canvas recently changed the style of the left navigation menu. Previously, buttons hidden from students were light gray with an asterisk next to them. Now, hidden buttons have a small crossed-out eyeball icon next to them. There has been no functionality change, just a visual one.  The syllabus

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Adobe License Expiration Message

Back in August, all E-town users (faculty, staff, and students) using college-owned devices were required to sign in to activate Adobe applications (Acrobat and Creative Cloud) before using the software. This change is due to Adobe’s implementation of a new licensing model.   Now, some

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SurveyMonkey Updates

Back in July, SurveyMonkey added a new layer of security to their service, which only allowed sign-ins on two devices at a time. When Survey Monkey is accessed from a new computer a verification code is required to gain access. Since the EtownEmployees and BlueJays accounts are

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New Spam Filter System

On Monday, October 7th, ITS activated an enhanced spam filtering system which is designed to give the user more control over which emails are delivered. Previously, the system had two categories for email – deliver or block.  This made some messages

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