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Who: Faculty, staff and students who use UNCG’s two-factor authentication (2FA) system and Duo Mobile What: New Duo Mobile feature “Security Checkup” is enabled for UNCG 2FA users When: Thursday, November 16 Duo Mobile, the application used with UNCG’s two-factor authentication (2FA) system, has recently added a new feature: Security Checkup. This feature helps you maintain good cyber [Read More]

Information Technology Services (ITS), in collaboration with the MAC Advisory Committee, announced on September 13, 2017 that we were evaluating macOS High Sierra for on-campus use. This includes testing its compatibility with enterprise applications and UNCG standard hardware and network configurations. The evaluation process has been completed, and ITS has concluded that there are no [Read More]

Google has released its next major enhancement to Calendar featuring an updated interface.  The updated interface corresponds better to the Mobile App and is more accessible. It contains more detail about events, resources and invitees.  A side-by-side view of the calendars of multiple users will make finding a time and location for a meeting even [Read More]

Who: Faculty and staff devices on the GCN running Windows 7 What: In-place upgrade to Windows 10 now available When: Monday, October 23 Why: To help with the campus migration to Windows 10, Information Technology services (ITS) has made an in-place upgrade option available to all faculty and staff devices that are on the GCN. This process [Read More]

Beginning Friday, October 13, users in UNCG’s Faculty/Staff WebEx environment will have the ability to delegate session scheduling privileges to other users. This feature is similar to a user’s ability to assign calendar delegates in Google Calendar. Delegated scheduling privileges are available for the Meeting Center and Training Center platforms. Before delegated scheduling, it was difficult for [Read More]