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Printing with SHU-Print On-Campus!

Siena Heights uses a virtual printing queue known as SHU-Print. Using SHU-Print, you can print to almost any printer located on the Adrian campus! All university computers in classrooms, public labs, and staff/faculty computers are automatically set up with SHU-Print as the default printer. How does it work? SHU-Print will hold any document printed to…Continue Reading Printing with SHU-Print On-Campus!

Printing Upgrades Coming August 10

The division of Information Technology is announcing planned maintenance to campus printers and print software starting August 10, 2021. This upgrade will require a few hours of downtime and will include updates to the printing software on all PCs, along with the software of all MFPs on campus. This update will introduce improvements and stability…Continue Reading Printing Upgrades Coming August 10

CommonFiles & ClassFiles Upcoming Discontinuation

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The Information Technology Division announces the discontinuation of the CommonFiles (J: Drive) and Class Files (W: Drive) effective September 1, 2021. As SHU continues to use Microsoft products such as OneDrive, SharePoint, other Office 365 applications, and Canvas for course materials the need for local drives on our network has diminished. We recommend anyone storing…Continue Reading CommonFiles & ClassFiles Upcoming Discontinuation

Microsoft Ending Support for Internet Explorer on Office.com

As of August 27, 2021 Microsoft will end support for users accessing office.com using Internet Explorer. This change comes as Microsoft plans to gradually remove support for the outdated web browser. A list of available Microsoft online products and their end of support for IE can be viewed here. After August 27, accessing Office.com through…Continue Reading Microsoft Ending Support for Internet Explorer on Office.com

Introducing Self-Service Password Resets Through Office.com

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The Division of Information Technology is excited to announce the rollout of self-service password resets through Office.com. This functionality will roll out on July 12, 2021 for all students, staff, and faculty. Starting July 12, you will be asked to set up more information to keep your office.com account more secure. This will replace security…Continue Reading Introducing Self-Service Password Resets Through Office.com

Siena Heights Introduces New Password/Passphrase Requirements

To reduce the chance that Siena login accounts will be compromised, Information Technology is implementing a recommendation of its security consultants to move all Siena login accounts to make use of Pass Phrases instead of Passwords….Continue Reading Siena Heights Introduces New Password/Passphrase Requirements

Improvements to anti-phishing measures

The Department of IT Services has rolled out a few changes to email filtering in the last few weeks. These changes focus on improving anti-phishing measures by quarantining potential phishing emails before they reach your inbox. Since this was implemented, 5 of 7 phishing attacks were successfully blocked, with the filter being modified after the…Continue Reading Improvements to anti-phishing measures

Microsoft Forms – Microsoft Surveying Tool

Looking to get started? Head over to office.com and look for the Forms icon! Alternatively, you can click here. Microsoft Forms is a free alternative to Google Forms, SurveyMonkey, and other related platforms. It is a web-based application which allows you to create shareable surveys, quizzes and polls in minutes, with an easy to use…Continue Reading Microsoft Forms – Microsoft Surveying Tool

Microsoft Teams supports up to 10,000 users in a single meeting

Content posted here was originally taken from Microsoft’s Help Article on View-only Meeting experience. Microsoft Teams allows up to 10,000 attendees to join a Teams meeting. This change occurred at the beginning of March, and Siena Heights University fully supports the feature and has made changes necessary. After the capacity of the main meeting has…Continue Reading Microsoft Teams supports up to 10,000 users in a single meeting