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Lyris, Enterprise ListManager
- During the past year, ITSS has been consulting and
training on a method of sending mass email to the campus
using an Enterprise tool called Lyris.
- In addition to using the "Report Spam" option within
Gmail, UMD email customers may turn on SpamAssassin to reduce
the number of junk messages they receive.
Public Printing Payment Changes
- During Spring Semester 2012, we will replace our current
Debitek cash-to-card system with new technology. We expect it
to be easy to use and to have added security and
Lab Software to be Updated
- ITSS will be updating our computer lab build for fall
2012 to reflect actual software that you use in coursework.
We ask for your help in identifying what those programs
Google Apps Updates
- Nearly 94,000 University of Minnesota accounts are now in
Google Apps, including over 16,000 UMD accounts.
When You Want to Share Your Work but Copyright Gets in the
- Creative Commons allows licensing of work to others,
while not not relinquishing rights under copyright law.
Policy Update: Creating, Storing, and Linking Pages to the
UMD Web Site
- The UMD Policy on Creating, Storing, and Linking Pages to
the UMD Web Site has been updated.
Spotlight on Trish Crace
- It is with great pleasure that we announce the addition
of a new staff member to our group. Trish Crace has joined
ITSS as the new Faculty and TechCenter Support
By The Numbers
Ten Years Ago in ITSS
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