On Tuesday, October 27, more than 140 people joined the #trojan-slack-day channel and engaged with Information Technology Services (ITS), representatives from Slack and others across the university during USC’s first-ever Slack-or-Treat Day. Read more on keepteaching.usc.edu/news.
An important part of returning to campus is a daily mandatory wellness assessment using Trojan Check. Trojan Check Version 3 is now available in Spanish and via the Apple App store for iPhone and Google Play store for Android users. It can be used by ALL USC faculty, students and staff and guests who need to come to campus.
Important information regarding accessing USC resources including Blackboard and Zoom while in the Asia Pacific region is available at keepteaching.usc.edu.
As part of its ongoing digital transformation, Information Technology Services (ITS) is bringing exciting new computer-based products and solutions, collectively known as the Digital Campus, to USC students, faculty, and staff! What’s a Digital Campus? The aim of ITS’ Digital Campus is to provide USC technology users with: Quicker online access, Improved learning tools and […]
Whether you’re planning a road trip, going on a beach getaway, backpacking, or visiting family and friends around the world, these tips from ITS can help keep your information secure. Go to employees.usc.edu/smarter-traveling-tech-safety-tips for the full story.
This article was originally posted on the ITS Security Blog at < a href="https://it-security.usc.edu/2019/12/13/phishing-warning-december-12th-2019-important-info-hr-department/">it-security.usc.edu/2019/12/13/phishing-warning-december-12th-2019-important-info-hr-department. USC users have reported receiving phish emails from a fake USC account impersonating USC HR Department similar to the example listed below. If you have received a similar phish, do not reply or click the embedded link within the message. Sample […]