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Group 3 SharePoint users are moving to the cloud on Sept. 24

Find out what group your SharePoint sites are in and what to expect with the migration to SharePoint Online.

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Learn how to use new Zoom room conference technology in Oakland

Learn about the new technology and attend a training on the new Zoom rooms in Oakland.

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Attention SharePoint users: Your sites are moving to the cloud

ITS is planning to move all SharePoint sites to SharePoint Online, a cloud-based platform, beginning in mid-August.

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UCOP launches new Zoom room conference technology

These enhanced conference rooms feature a software-based, integrated experience for audio conferencing, wireless screen sharing and video conferencing.

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Action required: Additional security coming to VPN

Multi-factor authentication adds an extra layer of security in verifying a remote-access user’s identity.


Box Classifications are now live

UCOP Information Technology Services has deployed data security classifications and classification-based controls within Box.

Annual review of the UCOP User Agreement: Signature required via DocuSign

ITS asks all UCOP personnel, contractors and affiliates to sign the UCOP User Agreement within the next two weeks.

Share your experience with UCOP Operations and ITCS by Friday

Don’t miss this opportunity to share feedback and help improve service, quality and processes in our first-ever client survey.

Cyber Security Awareness Month, Overcoming the Human Factor

Celebrate National Cybersecurity Awareness Month

Get involved with Cybersecurity Awareness Month by attending systemwide events, learning how you can be "cyber safe" and reading an interview with UCOP Security Analyst Carlos Flanders.

Learn about LastPass — UCOP’s new password manager

All UCOP staff will be able to access LastPass by end of day on Tuesday, Aug. 2. Here's what you need to know to get started.

Avoid sending bulk email that looks “phishy”

If your department sends bulk email, UC needs your help. Here are some steps you can take to ensure colleagues and IT staff won't mistakenly view your message as spam.