News from IT Services

Here you will find all the latest news from IT Services. It includes information on maintenance and current problems.

IT Service Desk staff meeting - Friday 22 September 2017 3.30pm - 4.30pm

A staff meeting is held every other Friday afternoon for an hour. You will not be able to contact the IT Service Desk during this time.

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Install the Microsoft Outlook app if you have upgraded your iPhone or iPad to iOS 11

If you have upgraded your iPhone or iPad to iOS 11 and use the built-in Mail app, you may not be able to access University email at the moment. You can install the Microsoft Outlook app to access your University email or delay upgrading to iOS 11 for now.

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Upgrade your University Mac to MacOS Sierra

If your University Mac is running OS X Yosemite (v10.10.x) you should upgrade to macOS Sierra soon as possible, as Yosemite will not be supported soon. You can use Mac Self Service to upgrade if you are on the Mac Assurance Service. macOS High Sierra is not recommended whilst testing is carried out.

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IT for Students at Welcome Week – Tuesday 26 September

New students will have the opportunity to chat to the IT Services team at this year’s ‘Fabulous First Year Fair’, taking place on Tuesday 26 September 2017, between 10.00am - 4.00pm, in the Welcome Week marquee.

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Install Skype for Business on your University Mac from 11 September 2017

Skype for Business is now available to install on University Macs, as Microsoft Lync will no longer be supported from October 2017

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IT Training Workshops – new dates released

Organisational Development in conjunction with IT Services provide a range of workshops to help you to develop your IT skills and make the most effective use of technology for your work.

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Proposed teaching software for academic year 2017-18

Student PCs are due to be upgraded to Windows 10 in the summer. The proposed list of programs that will be installed on student University PCs or will be available for students to use, has been released. Let us know if you have any concerns that might affect your teaching.

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