ITS brings updates to e-mail, ePortfolios, website updates, and more!
The Mobile Technologies User Group for Students, Faculty, and Staff
The newly renamed group will have its last meeting for the fall semester on Tuesday, December 10 at 3:30 p.m. in the Miller 16/Civic E 319 rooms. All are welcome! To catch up on previous meetings visit the Mobile Technology User Group blog.
ePortfolio News For Students and Faculty
Please take some time to review our November ePortfolio Newsletter to get up-to-date information on our latest projects. We welcome comments and questions on any of the topics.
Spam E-mail Filtering: Changes Regarding Your E-mail Spam Quarantine Mailbox Beginning Saturday, December 7 for Students, Faculty, and Staff
We have been notified by Microsoft, the vendor providing our spam e-mail filtering system, Exchange Online Protection (EOP), that they are making a change to their service. As a result, beginning Saturday, December 7, you will no longer have e-mail delivered to a spam quarantine mailbox, currently accessible at https://quarantine.messaging.microsoft.com. Instead, e-mail flagged as quarantined spam will be delivered to the Exchange "Junk Folder" within Outlook or OWA (https://email.pace.edu). Additional information can be found on the E-mail Filtering or IT Status pages.
Website Updates for Students, Faculty, and Staff
ITS continues to work closely with University Relations and has recently launched several newly themed pages. Check out the redesigned sites at:
LanFax System Migration for Faculty and Staff
We are upgrading our LanFax server effective Tuesday, December 10. As part of the upgrade, some of the changes that will occur are listed below:
- Confirmation e-mails will now come from Faxserver@pace.edu
- The attachments will be formatted as PDF instead of TIF
- The Fax # field in the Pace University White Pages page (http://whitepages.pace.edu) will no longer be viewable. If you would like your fax number to appear or have additional personal fax numbers, you can use the Alt. Fax # field which will appear on the White Pages. Details/updates will be posted to the IT Status page.
On Friday, October 28, InsideTrack with Stephen J. Friedman returns with special guest and cybersecurity expert and former Inspector General for the National Security Agency Joel F. Brenner.
Save the Date: InsideTrack
Dyson College of Arts and Sciences Professor and Model UN Adviser Matthew Bolton, PhD, draws on his years of experience traveling around the world to research the humanitarian impact of weapons and engage in advocacy on the Arms Trade Treaty.
Research: The Arms Trade Treaty
Homecoming 2016 culminates with the Faces of Pace Celebration in Pleasantville and the Leaders and Legends Dinner in New York City. Join your fellow Setters this October for a party to beat the band.
Party On, Setters