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04/08/2019
Tech Fee Fall Schedule Announced
Even though we are still finishing up the spring semester, it is not too early to look ahead to the fall and the next round of the Student Technology Fee Competitive Proposal Process (Tech Fee). The complete schedule for FY20 is now available
04/08/2019
Traveling in the age of technology
In the spirit of post-Spring Break blues, here are some quick security tips for staff, faculty, and students alike to remember when setting sail on upcoming adventures
04/05/2019
Details on Changes to Miami Television Delivery now Available
The current plan has the University transitioning from the traditional cable TV service for the academic and administrative buildings beginning in summer/fall 2019 and then removing the associated equipment later in the fall.
04/02/2019
Notes from the art studio: The creativity and compassion of Leah Tuscany
Leah Tuscany has a way of drawing you in and welcoming you into her office, into her art studio, wherever she happens to be. Let's meet her.
03/25/2019
What do you need to know about Windows 7 End of Life?
Windows 7 will hit end of life (EOL) and receive its last security-related updates on January 14, 2020.
03/22/2019
Important Information Regarding Miami Wireless Updates
The SSL certificate Miami uses for its wireless network will be updated between 8:00 and 9:00 pm on Tuesday, March 26. Following the update, users may be asked to re-authenticate to MU-WIRELESS and eduroam, and some users will also have to forget the networks and re-add them.
03/21/2019
IT Services announces system upgrades and outages for Spring Break
IT Services will perform maintenance and implement changes in the computing environment between March 23 to March 31.
03/07/2019
Phishing scam posing as Miami executives
phishing-fish-thumb.jpgIT Services has received reports that a new scam email has been making the rounds.
03/01/2019
IT Services Staff Take Their Expertise to the Classroom
fsb-sign.jpgDuring any single semester, there could be as many as 10 IT staff members teaching an academic class. Many of them are in Computer Science and Software Engineering, but other represented departments include Interactive Media Studies and Art.