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Technology news for UMD faculty, staff and students
- If you
are among the remaining faculty and staff who are not already
in Google Apps, we encourage to make the transition as soon as
you can. Automated migrations from legacy
email into Google Apps will begin after Spring Semester.
- We have continued working with collegiate units to add
their faculty and staff workstations to Active Directory
services (AD). During the summer months, we expect to move an
additional 750 or more Windows workstations into AD for the
remaining units on campus.
- ITSS is testing a new on-campus secure wireless service
(UMD-Secure) this spring. The secure wireless network
provides the best security for your laptop or handheld
- A new phone service, along with phone system changes, now
allows us to send Caller-ID with each call.
1.9 to 2.x Transition Timeline Change
- The Twin Cities campus is making Moodle 1.9 available to
run along side Moodle 2.x in Spring semester 2012.
on Public Records: Guidelines for Email
- In case you are wondering how the University and the
State of Minnesota view your text messages, voicemail
messages, emails, and other electronic communications, the UM
Office of Records and Information Management and the UM
Office of General Counsel have provided a
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