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Audio Visual Asset Refresh in North Terrace Campus Lower Napier Common Teaching Areas now commissioned
The full refresh of Audio Visual (AV) equipment in identified North Terrace Campus Lower Napier common teaching areas are now complete and ready for use.
ITDS have received reports that some Booking.com customers have been targeted by a hotel booking scam where scammers hijack hotels’ Booking.com accounts and use them to trick guests into sharing their payment card information.
Research Services and ITDS are teaming up to boost our research management services. We are streamlining Contract and Consulting Research data from Minuet into ResearchMaster for improved efficiency.
Recent events have shown us the very real risk cyber-attacks pose in our sector. Keeping our University’s devices and their confidential contents safe is of utmost priority.
In July 2023 the project team consulted with Academics who use the common teaching areas in Lower Napier to gain their feedback on the proposed layout and placement of new LCD screens and whiteboards in the rooms. The new screens can display high-quality images, videos, slides and other multimedia content, and the whiteboards can be used in conjunction with the screens for writing notes, drawing diagrams and brainstorming ideas. This will combine the convenience and versatility of digital technology with the simplicity and flexibility of traditional writing tools.
The Audio Visual (AV) Asset Refresh project has identified priority common teaching areas for upgrade during 2023. This activity will occur across the North Terrace, Roseworthy, and Waite campuses.
As of December 2023, AARNet are ceasing the operation of their CloudStor storage solution. The University of Adelaide staff & students storing vital information in CloudStor will need to find an alternate file storage and collaboration platform prior to CloudStor being decommissioned. It is the responsibility of the person who stored their files on CloudStor to remove them.
In today's interconnected digital world, safeguarding your online accounts is more crucial than ever. One powerful tool in your cybersecurity arsenal is multi-factor authentication (MFA), a method that adds an extra layer of protection to your online presence. While MFA significantly reduces the risk of unauthorised access, it's essential to remain vigilant and only confirm MFA (i.e., verifying login on your Okta Verify app or passing one-time code generated by an OTP app like Google Authenticator) prompts that you initiate yourself.
There has been a significant increase in users reporting unexpected popups on their University of Adelaide devices stating that Microsoft has detected a virus on their device and that they should call the number displayed to receive assistance. This is most often triggered by clicking on a malicious link sent by email or from a website.
As part of longer-term plans to improve how AV enhancements are implemented in common teaching spaces, ITDS is working in close collaboration with the Learning and Teaching Advisory Group (Facilities) to consult with the academic community on how this technology is best implemented.