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This year, Stay Smart Online Week will continue the "Reverse the Threat" of cybercrime theme and empowering Australians to take control of their online identities by reviewing privacy settings, knowing how to spot phishing scams, creating strong and unique passwords and turning on two-factor authentication.
Security researchers have released information on critical vulnerabilities affecting all iOS versions before 12.1.4 and all iPhones.
Recent reports of a notable increase in ‘phishing' attempts in the education sector, together with news that the Australian National University has recently discovered a 2018 data breach, provide a timely reminder of the importance of data security.
Your recorded lectures will be available throughout the semester in your MyUni course.
If you use electronic research notebooks, you can now upload attachments up to 15GB directly into LabArchives.
Our student ‘follow-you’ printing allows you to click print at any University computer and print at whichever printing station is most convenient for you simply by tapping your ID card at the printer. You can also print from your personal devices using the set up guides for follow-you printing:
You may have heard by now that eResearch SA will be decommissioned by mid-2019. To facilitate the transition of UofA researchers’ data from eRSA to University-owned infrastructure, our eRSA Transition team members are contacting all researchers using eRSA services as I type this blog post.
So you have arrived at Uni, enrolled, got your ID card, and sampled some of the O’Week fun… Now, how to get yourself setup technologically? Here are our top technology guides to help you on your way.