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High Performance Computing maintenance: Unavailable Wednesday 24 October 2018, 8am – 6pm

ALICE and SPECTRE will be unavailable on Wednesday 24 October 2018, between 8am and 6pm due to essential maintenance. You will not be able to use ALICE and SPECTRE during this time.

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Mac Self Service update – Monday 29 October 9.30am – 11.30am

An important update needs to be applied to the Mac Self Service on Monday 29 October 2018. It will be unavailable for up to half an hour between 9.30am to 11.30am.

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Upgrade to Microsoft Office 2016 on Fully Assured Macs

If you have a Fully Assured Mac, you should upgrade to Microsoft Office 2016 for Mac. This is the latest supported version of Office, so will ensure you receive security and feature updates, and technical support.

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Be aware of malicious email

We have been made aware of a malicious email that has been sent to some staff or students this afternoon. You should avoid clicking on any link in this email.

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IT courses for Staff and PhD students - new dates available

IT Services provide a range of courses to develop your IT skills and make the most effective use of technology for your work. New dates are now available.

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Issue affecting access to web applications on University PCs

You may experience a blank page or an issue logging in to University web applications (e.g. Blackboard), if you are using Internet Explorer 11 on University PCs running Windows 7. To resolve this, you can refresh the page (press <F5>) or use the Google Chrome web browser.

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Upgrade your University PC to Windows 10

Staff can request to upgrade their University PC to Windows 10, as most programs and services are now tested and available.

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Preview Windows 10 using PCs available in the Library

You can now preview Windows 10 by visiting the Student PC Areas on floor 3 of the Library. We would strongly encourage teaching staff to check your teaching software works, ready for the start of term.

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SAP and Business Objects now tested and available on Windows 10

You can now upgrade your University PC to Windows 10, if you require SAP Business Client or Business Objects, as these have now passed testing.

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Apply security updates to your University Mac and Safari browser

Apple have released the most recent security updates for Mac OS and Safari web browser. Install these updates using Mac Self Service.

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Report an issue using IT Self Service

You can log an issue using IT Self Service, which will be recorded quicker, without having to phone or email the IT Services Desk.

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