Tag Archives: Email

How to know if there is a technology outage

ITS has several ways of informing the Northeastern community of an outage, planned or otherwise. Here’s what you can do to stay in the know: Follow the ITS Twitter account @NortheasternITS for the latest information concerning an outage Visit the ITS System Status page Check out the ITS website, where you will find not only […]

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Sponsored Accounts 101

Those who need access to university resources, such as visiting professors, lecturers, contractors, consultants and other related roles, can request a sponsored account. Only full-time benefits-eligible directors, faculty members, department heads, managers and hiring supervisors may sponsor an account and only for the department that he/she is in. To apply for a sponsored account, the requestor […]

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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 […]

Posted in 2012 December IS Newsletter | Also tagged , | Comments closed

Faculty/Staff Email Upgrade

Information Technology Services is in the process of moving faculty and staff user mailboxes, shared mailboxes, conference rooms and distribution lists to Microsoft Exchange 2010 over the next several weeks, as part of our faculty and staff email system upgrade. Microsoft Exchange 2010 provides a significantly improved and consistent web interface over the previous version, […]

Posted in 2012 Summer IS Newsletter, IS Announcements | Also tagged | Comments closed

Faculty and Staff Email System Upgrade

Early next year, Information Technology Services will be upgrading our faculty and staff email system to Exchange 2010. Exchange 2010 brings notably significant improvements to Outlook Web Access, now called Outlook Web App, and infrastructure updates that enable it to more tightly integrate with the latest versions of Office, SharePoint and Lync. In preparation for […]

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