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ITS launching new wireless access pilot
Information Technology Services (ITS) is launching a new wireless access network pilot with an additional layer of security. Effective Aug. 14, uofm-secure will provide wireless users enhanced security for passwords and protection of University data. ITS welcomes your participation and cooperation in helping to keep both you and the University more secure with improved encryption. Existing UofM and uofm-guest wireless networks remain in place while the new uofm-secure network is tested. The need for two older networks will be addressed during the fall semester. To learn more visit our uofm-secure wireless page.
Shorten Your Wait!
Your courses in eCourseware will no longer take 24-48 hours to be available! Yep, you read that right! You asked and we listened. Faculty and students will be able to access their courses shortly after they register or have been assigned a course during the semester's enrollment period.
Windows 10 is on the Way
Change of any type can be somewhat apprehensive on behalf of the user; however, we've created a document that identifies and examines the key points of what to expect when migrating from Windows 7 to Windows 10. While the basis of the operating system remains the same, many of the visual aspects and functionality have been enhanced, resulting in a much more user-friendly design. Check out our document that explores and explains the differences between the two.
The University of Memphis has an Office 365 Student Advantage Program available to Students, Faculty and Staff. This Plan Allows users to install Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, and Access on up to 5 PCs or Macs and office apps on other mobile devices including Windows tablets and iPads.
iPrint is a wireless printing system that allows students to take advantage of printing services available at all Technology Access Fee (TAF) funded printers on campus. To find a list of the these areas, visit the Computer Labs/Smart Classrooms website.
iPrint website for a more in-depth set of directions and links to the system.
The University of Memphis uses Microsoft Office 365 (Outlook) as its standard, approved email service. Outlook provides a clear, unified view of emails, calendars, and contacts to keep your information and communication organized. Stay connected and go beyond basic email tasks, Outlook allows you to get more done, such as, journaling and document sharing.
Got a strange email? Check out this Infographic.
Save Your Course Work Forever with Binder. This app provides an effortless way to keep track of all of your course content and keep it forever! Binder is a free cross-platform app that makes it easy for you to store and view all your learning materials in one convenient place.
Want to learn more? Check out this Infographic.
The myMemphis Portal is an online tool that allows you to access many University services from one location. In addition, the portal offers personalized content and individual customization.
Below are links to three videos created to learn navigation in myMemphis.
To view these guides, please note that Adobe Acrobat Reader will need to be installed on your system.
To access video content, please make sure your browser is up-to-date and supporting the latest version of Adobe Flash Player.
To check your system browser, use the What browser am I using? tool.
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