Category Archives: 2012 December IS Newsletter

The Art of the Phish

The face of cyber-crime has changed over the past five years. Back in 2007 virus programs, hacking and malware, which would try to compromise the security of a network or computers, were the major source of problems for any corporation or institution, but things have evolved. Corporations, higher education institutions and the government have become […]

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Procurement Services Update

Procurement Services, in conjunction with Information Technology Services, is pleased to announce new features to the Procurement Services Preferred Supplier website and the ecommerce system, myMarketplace. The preferred supplier list, which is a complete list of all contracted suppliers of the University, is now hosted on SharePoint. It is an easy to use page which […]

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Apple’s New iPad Mini

In late October, Apple released the iPad Mini. This newest tablet device from Apple includes all of the things found in the iPad, but in a smaller version that fits in your hand. Features of the new iPad mini include: Wi-Fi or Wi-Fi + Cellular 7.9 inch display White & Silver or Black & Slate […]

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iPad Apps For Teaching and Learning

More and more, faculty and students are relying on iPads and tablet devices to produce and consume information related to education. Below are some free or inexpensive apps that can help enhance teaching, learning, and collaboration, along with a few videos showing how they are used. SyncSpace (Free) is a whiteboard app that provides the […]

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