Yearly Archives: 2010

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The Information Technology Division is  pleased to announce continued progress in our transition from Novell to Microsoft services for all users: PHASE ONE, Implementation of Active Directory & File Storage technology.   We have nearly completed the deployment of this foundation technology required to support the next two phases of Exchange 2010 and SharePoint 2010 in our migration  effort.  To date the AD Migration team has migrated nearly 1100  PCs

Two more services are moving to the Mocs Mail+ system.

Two more services are moving to the Mocs Mail+ system. MyFiles & Personal Websites hosted by UTC If you are using the Personal Website service that has been provided, please move or recreate your website in Google Sites. MyFiles has been the storage location for data files, accessed by logging into MyMocsNet and clicking on MyFiles.  Please move or copy any documents you have stored in MyFiles to Google

Help ITD continue to improve IT services on campus by completing the TechQual+ Survey

UTC will  again be joining over 100 colleges and universities  in using the TechQual+  IT  survey to allow faculty, students and staff the opportunity to assess Information Technology and to identify what  IT services are important  to you, what works  and what needs to be improved. Last year 449  UTC  faculty , staff and students participated in the first annual UTC  TechQual+  IT survey  and identified several concerns that

Blackboard Mobile Learn

Blackboard, Inc. recently released a free app for accessing Blackboard via a mobile device. UTC Online has enabled this access for UTC users. Information about the app can be found at: http://utconline.utc.edu/online/mobilelearn.php A few caveats about mobile access. Access is limited to Android/Blackberry devices using Sprint and iPhone OS devices (iPad, iPhone, iPod touch) using Wi-Fi. The app is a free offering from Blackboard and this is how they

International Mobile Phone Info

The FCC has developed a very good tip sheet for using cellular telephones internationally.  For anyone that travels international for business or pleasure this link is a good reference to keep connected and keep the cost down. http://www.fcc.gov/worldtravel/WWTWtipsheet.html

Mocs Mail+ starts Monday August 2, 2010

Mocs Mail+ is the new student email system for UTC students.  Mocs Mail+ is powered by Google and therefore provides many of the benefits of the Google Apps system including 7GB of email storage, enhanced spam protection, and much more! You Access Mocs Mail+ by logging in to your MyMocsnet portal and clicking on the Mocs Mail+ icon (upper right) You have a new email address based on your

Mocs Mail+

This is the new email system for Students provided by The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga On Monday August 2, 2010 Your new email will be active.  This will be your primary email system on campus. Your current email address @utc.edu, will be forwarded to your @mocs.utc.edu accounts. If you currently have a forward set on your @utc.edu account, it will be overwritten. What is my email address? Your

New student email is coming

Student email All UTC student email accounts are switching to Google email accounts. This change will give students access to more email storage and email accounts that they can keep forever. For answers to questions about the new student email visit the MocsMail + FAQ

One more Phishing attempt Account Alert sent Monday at 6:56 PM The only response required is the DELETE key

Message from Monty Wilson regarding the latest phishing email: Disregard the “Account Alert” that was sent Monday afternoon at 6:56PM . Just reading this “ message” you will be able to see some errors that can help you determine if email smells like a dead fish, it has a very high probability of being a dead fish and should be deleted. If anyone is interested in looking some of

Phishing Emails

UTC is frequently targeted by phishing emails. To learn more about phishing visit: http://itd.utc.edu/security. ITD will never ask you to verify your account or email your UTCID and password. Here is a sample of the latest phishing email: Subject: Account Maintenance‏‏‏‏ Dear mail.utc.edu, We would like to inform you that we are currently carrying out scheduled maintenance and upgrade of our mail.utc.edu. mail service and as a result of

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