Just like in-person communication, remote and virtual interactions have their own social norms and expectations. This includes tools like Zoom or Microsoft Teams. With distractions like family, pets, and technical difficulties, it can be even harder to stay on task. That's why Computing & Information Technology has compiled these tips to help you stay distraction-free and efficient in your video calls and conferences.
You may have recently been the recipient of a fraudulent email that claimed to have photos of you and requested money in the form of Bitcoins. These emails, also known as phishing emails, or in this specific case sextortion scams, are very effective because the sender takes extra time to create a message specific to you in an effort to trick or confuse you into providing your personal information.
Wayne State University Computing & Information Technology (C&IT) is proud to offer students, faculty and staff the services they need to accomplish their goals off-campus — but if done incorrectly, accessing university data from a home connection leaves all of us vulnerable to attack.
The Teach Anywhere Team is a collaboration between the OTL and C&IT with additional support from the Libraries. Our shared goal is to support faculty in making decisions and taking action to transition their courses to online or remote formats as smoothly as possible.
Wayne State University C&IT provides students, faculty and staff with the technology systems, services and tools they need to succeed. The web pages below outline how these resources may be accessed outside of Wayne State's networks. More web pages will be added as needed.
Banner is the enterprise resource planning system that Wayne State University administrative staff use to safely store all student and employee information important to the university’s function. Computing & Information Technology (C&IT), Finance and Business Operations (FBO), and the Office of the Provost initiated the Banner Reimplementation Project in 2017 to provide a more mature product and added functionality for all users.
Scam emails have evolved from messages with bad grammar and clickbait links, to persuasive emotional appeals that try to take advantage of our desire to help others. Recently, C&IT has seen scammers use the coronavirus epidemic to create a sense of urgency and sympathy among potential victims.
Wayne State University Computing & Information Technology’s Director of Business Intelligence and Data Analytics, Carly Cirilli, and Lead Applications Tech Analyst, Minh Ha, are going back to the classroom with the Sports Analytics Club Program (SACP) at Cass Technical High School in Detroit.
Campus IT and the Office for Teaching & Learning joined forces this holiday season to support The Bottomless Toy Chest, a local nonprofit that works to deliver fun and activities to hospitalized pediatric cancer patients.
Wherever you roam this, C&IT hopes you travel safe and have a great time. The Research & Education Networks Information Sharing & Analysis Center has some tips to keep your information secure at home and abroad.
The holidays are everyone's favorite time of year — including scammers hoping to find your personal data under their trees. Between flurries of snow and shipping emails, it can be easy to feel overwhelmed. Computing & Information Technology has a few simple tips to keep your data and your money safe during the shopping season.
C&IT began receiving reports of issues with OneCard use across campus the evening of Sunday, Oct. 20. We are working to resolve this issue as soon as possible, and we apologize for the inconveniences that may arise.
Host Annmarie Caño begins the discussion with asking Daren Hubbard what he loves about his job. He likes being able to use technology to advance his colleagues' missions and see how those missions merge to guide the entire university. "It really does get exciting for us because we are able to leverage technology in a way that is supportive and not restrictive," he says.
Computing & Information Technology is excited to announce the winner of the 2019 C&IT Scholarship, Nicole Kada. Wayne State University Associate Vice President and C&IT Chief Information Officer Daren Hubbard and the rest of C&IT presented Nicole with her reward earlier this summer, including a new laptop from our partners at Dell.
Computing & Information Technology began working with Wayne State's on-campus food bank, the W Pantry, in April 2019. Every month the central IT organization works with donation coordinators to choose an in-need item to collect in large quantity.