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Phish reporting button will benefit campus

The Information Security Office will roll out to campus a phish reporting button that enables users to report phishing and spam messages with the click of a button. The ISO hopes that use of this Microsoft Office 365 functionality will lighten the load on the ITS Service Desk and Tier 2. “After several simulated phishing campaigns, a review of reporting data, and checking phish.unc.edu web site statistics, it has become evident … Continued





Reorganization: Reduces budget, increases efficiency

ITS makes organizational adjustments

ITS has made some organizational adjustments, effective July 1. These changes are oriented toward three primary aims: realize substantial budget/expense reductions as directed optimize and consolidate the management of ITS increase operational efficiency and effectiveness of ITS, with a particular focus on expense reductions caused by reduced budget allocations CommTech … Continued





ITS automates patching for two key University platforms

For the first time, ITS has automated vendor quarterly patching for two of the platforms that run core critical business applications for the University. This significant achievement expedites performing security updates and fixes and saves considerable staff time. In May and June, ITS Infrastructure & Operations (I&O) fully rolled out … Continued





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Research Computing’s supercomputer Longleaf aids UNCG researchers

Research Computing’s supercomputer Longleaf is now benefiting outside researchers in addition to those at UNC-Chapel Hill. Two separate UNC-Greensboro researchers with high computational needs are availing themselves of this specialized, powerful platform that is not common outside of a flagship university like Carolina. Longleaf is UNC-Chapel Hill’s flagship computing and … Continued





Digital Accessibility Office

Digital accessibility conference draws 300

A June 10 virtual conference that the Digital Accessibility Office co-organized drew more than 300 attendees from across the country and internationally. The inaugural Getting Started with Digital Accessibility Conference was deemed a success based on attendance, event offerings, and attendees’ level of interest and insights. Comprehension grows “Those of … Continued




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