In Touch Digest - June 2016
Editor: Sue Barschel
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Beware of Phishing AttacksBy Keiran Paquette
Western University is a large target for Phishing attacks. Many such phishing messages will be caught by Western's anti-spam tools, but some may arrive at your inbox. The spam filters have not been changed, and continue to work as they did with the Convergence platform. Through Office 365, Western email addresses are provided additional protection with the Exchange Online Protection (EOP) service. [Read full article]
Chuck Reid RetiresBy Judy Steward
Chuck Reid, a member of ITS's Data Centre, Network & Storage Operations Team, will retire on July 1st after 40 years of working in technology. [Read full article]
Telecom Project HighlightsBy Anna Dorobek
ITS continues upgrading Western’s Telecommunication Infrastructure in preparation for new services and features that the VoIP system offers. [Read full article]
Office 365 Project UpdateBy Andrew Filippi
As you are aware, ITS is moving email service for Faculty Units, Libraries and Affiliates to Office 365 in a series of migrations that began on May 12th and will end on July 7th.
On Thursday, June 2, 2016, email service for Brescia University College, Fowler Kennedy Sports Medicine Clinic, Ivey School of Business, Faculty of Law, Museum of Ontario Archaeology and Faculty of Social Science was migrated to Office 365. [Read full article]
Cybercrime: Five trends to be aware ofBy Sean Fitzgerald, 24 Hrs London Free Press
Nervous about your online security these days? Here are some trends in cybercrime that expert Natasha Hellberg is keeping her eye on. [Read full article]
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