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Catmail Personalization Features
New Catmail navigation bar coming
In a fix with Netflix
Social engineering: Hacking the person instead of the computer
Email upgrade: Mobile device setup
Email upgrade: Pilot under way
Five steps to staying secure online
SPSS now available free for university-owned computers
IT Security Seminar: Oct. 20, 2014
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Join OIT for Java with the Tech Gurus
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Catmail Personalization Features
Learn about ways to personalize your Catmail. More...
New Catmail navigation bar coming
Microsoft will be changing Catmail's web nav bar into an app launcher icon some time in the next month or so. More...
In a fix with Netflix
We have quadrupled the bandwidth available for Netflix and will be watching closely to see if that alleviates the problem without slowing things down for other users. More...
Social engineering: Hacking the person instead of the computer
Hackers don't necessarily need sophisticated tools to compromise your data. More...
Email upgrade: Mobile device setup
Faculty and staff who check their mail on phones or tablets will need new settings after the upgrade. More...
Email upgrade: Pilot under way
OIT has begun piloting the faculty/staff Catmail upgrade. Rollout dates will be updated in the coming weeks. More...
Five steps to staying secure online
These five easy steps can dramatically improve your personal online security. More...
SPSS now available free for university-owned computers
The popular statistics package now is available free of charge for use on university-owned machines. More...
IT Security Seminar: Oct. 20, 2014
Join IT staff and nationally recognized security experts for this free one day seminar focusing on how to secure your personal and work-related online data. More...