Sheridan alumni who utilize their Sheridan email accounts are now required to change her/his password every 365 days. After changing your password, you will need to update the saved Sheridan passwords on any and all devices that you use to access your Sheridan email account.
The staff info sessions regrading Sheridan's new printing environment that were held during the break week in February were very successful and extremely well attended. Another bout of info and training will be taking place from March 18 - 20.
Sheridan’s license agreement with Skillsoft (aka Skillport) for their online training modules will be ending on May 31, 2014. Access to Books 24x7, previously available through Skillsoft, will continue to be available through Sheridan Library’s web site.
As we embark upon a significant update of the IT website over the coming months, we have made some preliminary changes you should be aware of.
I.T. would like to take this opportunity to remind users to be vigilant of the email messages that land in their inbox – especially those messages that ask you to divulge personal information. These messages are examples of phishing attacks.
On Friday, February 21, Apple released iOS updates to address a specific vulnerability that could allow an attacker with "privileged network postpositions" to capture or modify data protected by SSL/TLS.
We now have available a comprehensive list of the academic software applications that are currently supported by the Instructional Technology Support Centre. Students who are in a Mobile Computing program can expect basic software support for the applications that are referenced in the list.