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IT@UC Service Desk closed on Juneteenth Holiday

The IT@UC Service Desk will be closed Monday, June 20, when the university is closed in observance of the Juneteenth holiday. The Service Desk will resume normal operations Tuesday, June 21, 2022.

Check Self Help Guides on the IT@UC Knowledge Base

Visit the IT@UC Knowledge Base (KB) for general support and self-help resources.

24/7 Canopy Support for Canvas and tools within Canvas​​​​​​​ will be available while the university is closed June 20.

Please note: Follow the instructions below to report an IT service interruption or emergency.

Dial (513) 556-HELP (4357) or (866) 397-3382 from your personal phone. Dial 6-HELP (4357) from a university phone on campus.

  • Select option X to leave a message. Then, press pound (#).
  • Press 1 to mark the message urgent. Then, press pound (#) again to report your IT emergency.Replace with your text

Effective Monday, May 23, at 5:15 a.m., you will need to use your UC username and password when you sign into a university-wide DocuSign account on 

No interruptions to DocuSign service are planned or expected as part of this change.

Access to your UC WebEx account ends Thursday, May 5, 2022. You will no longer be able to use WebEx for your web conferencing needs unless:

  • You are a faculty member in the College of Medicine (COM). WebEx access ends for COM faculty Friday, June 3, 2022. 
  • You or someone in your area received confirmation of an approved request to continue using WebEx. 

You can access previously recorded WebEx sessions in Kaltura, UC's enterprise video repository. 

View Kaltura how-to instructions in the IT@UC Knowledge Base. 

Phishing emails are one of the most common cybersecurity threats. With about 319 billion emails sent and received each day, users need to be on high alert for phishing attacks.

According to Proofpoint’s 2021 State of the Phish report, 75% of organizations around the world experienced a phishing attack in 2020. 74% of attacks targeting US businesses succeeded.

But knowing that phishing emails are out there and dangerous is not enough. It’s important to be able to recognize one.

View these tips from the University of Cincinnati's Office of Information Security. 

Access to technology and a reliable internet connection are just two of the things you need when learning remotely. Here are our recommendations to help you make the most of remote learning.

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Microsoft will be moving Microsoft To Do’s backend to a more efficient service. For the best experience across all your devices, and to avoid any issues with cross-device syncing, you will need to update to the latest version.

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We're pleased to announce that Microsoft Visio is now available within Office 365. This is the online version, which allows viewing, creating, and editing basic diagrams. Get started today by navigating to the Visio app from the Office 365 app launcher!

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The IT Services Status module provides real-time updates on 15 essential IT services. IT@UC plans to add additional systems to the module as part of a year-long project to automate IT services status information through the IT@UC Service portal.

You can sign up to receive automated service status notifications via email.

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