Several UNO GMav users are experiencing a vulnerability with their Gmail POP3/IMAP settings used to access Gmail through third-party email clients. To address the vulnerability, Google and UNO are requiring a password reset.
We are investigating reports of an issue with Office365, where people are unable to connect to email or calendar. More information will be provided on the status.unomaha.edu page as it becomes available.
Due to renovations, the computer lab located in room #104 of the Milo Bail Student Center (MBSC) will be permanently closed at 5pm on Friday, May 8th. The small lab computer lab in the Dundee room, located on the north side of MBSC will remain open during the summer.
On June 24th, Adobe released a security bulletin for Adobe Flash Player. It includes all previous Flash Player versions. This vulnerability allows for someone to execute a script from a different location and take over your computer. The vulnerability is known to have been used in recent phishing campaigns.
On June 22, Information Services (IS) will disable access to the UNO NetID accounts of undergraduate students that have been inactive (not enrolled in classes) for more than three years. For graduate students, access will be disabled for accounts that have been inactive for five years. Your NetID provides access services such as Blackboard, gmav/Google Apps, MavSync, MavCard Online, UNO Parking as well as other UNO services.
From Friday, May 22nd at 6:00 p.m. through Saturday, May 23rd at 5 p.m, PeopleSoft and MavLink will become unavailable.
As educators, everyone at UNO is united behind a single goal – help prepare our students to become the best they can be. Now, there’s an exciting new benefit that aims to go a long way to achieve that goal. UNO has made an agreement with Microsoft to provide Office to every one of our students, faculty and staff for free.
Hey Mavs, are you planning a getaway for fall break? Remember to be safe when using wireless networks on the go. No matter where you are going or when, you will likely encounter WiFi on your journey. While the convenience is alluring, understanding the dangers associated with using that wireless hotspot are crucial.
Box recently added the ability to lock and unlock files directly within a Box Sync folder.
UNO faculty, staff and students should be on alert for the latest phishing emails designed to steal personal credentials. The most recent email subject line is “Password Alert” and proceeds to warn the reader that their email password will expire in two days unless you click on the link provided.
What does quality look like in online or blended learning courses? What resources are available to assist administrators in ensuring a quality educational experience? How have other higher education institutions addressed quality and assessment concerns? Dr. Kaye Shelton will share her insights in a Campus Conversation webinar and a workshop on Thursday, March 12, 2015, in the Umoho Room in the Milo Bail Student Center.
UNO faculty, staff and students should be on alert for fraudulent phishing emails designed to steal personal credentials. The latest email subject line is “WARNING” and proceeds to warn the reader that a harmful virus has been found in their email account and encourages them to be secure and click the link provided. Please protect yourself by not clicking through this link. This message is not from UNO authorities. Simply delete this email.
Because UNO takes the security of your data very seriously, Information Services (IS) wanted to inform the campus community of a recently identified security vulnerability commonly referred to as ShellShock. In an on-going effort to limit the risk of UNO systems IS conducts regular vulnerability assessments and scans of all campus systems. IS has not seen any evidence of a data breach or even an attempt to exploit the vulnerability.
Information Services (IS) announced this past spring an expansion of collaboration and file-sharing services for UNO students, faculty and staff with the addition of Box. Due to this expansion, the current myFolder / H Drive will be shut down on Friday, October 3rd. Information Services is asking everyone campus-wide to move or delete their data from Web Folder or H Drive prior to its shut down on October 3, 2014.
Recently Home Depot announced that it’s investigating a data breach that could affect the banking services you use. UNO has not been compromised and is not connected to this incident. Please note that UNO is actively protecting your data and if we see something unusual, we move fast to keep your personal information safe.
Blackboard has a feature you may be missing out on. If you are seeing courses listed in the My Courses area from Spring 2012 and you have to scroll down to find your current courses, this feature will help with that. Here are the steps to make viewing easier.
Welcome Back Mavs! During Durango Days we’re bringing the help to you. Stop by the IS Mobile Tech Support located on the first floor of MBSC (near the doors that face Dodge Street) from 11:00 am to 1:30PM Monday, August 25th, thru Wednesday, August 27th and get some help.
Box has been restored by rerouting some Internet traffic through another Internet Service Provider (ISP.) Thanks for your patience.
Earlier this week Information Services received a number of reports of instability, slowness, and intermittent outages with IT services connected to the Internet such as Gmail, Office 365 and Box. This issue was not limited to the UNO campus and was detected globally.
UNO faculty, staff and students should be on alert for fraudulent phishing emails designed to steal employee credentials. The link they are directed to is a site that looks like the Library’s Worldcat login site.
April 14th - Information Services (IS) in collaboration with both the UNO colleges and the other University of Nebraska campuses, announces an expansion of collaboration and file-sharing services for UNO students, faculty and staff. The new tool, Box, will allow you and your students to access files from anywhere, at any time, using any device. Beginning on Monday, April 14th, you may activate your account by simply go to http://box.unomaha.edu and logging in with your UNO NetID.
UNO recently signed an agreement with Adobe that will allow the Adobe Creative Cloud to be added to all University owned computers. This includes high-tech classrooms, student computer labs, and faculty / staff offices. Software that is included in the Adobe Creative Cloud includes: Photoshop, InDesign, Premier and Acrobat Pro.