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Here's a post that collects a growing list of links to websites, KBs and other helpful docs that address many of our questions. Continue Reading Resources for working & learning remotely

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IT Service Advisory

All core IT services will remain fully operational during this time of working remotely. Some services will continue in a limited fashion for the duration of the current circumstances. Get service advisory details here.

News

IT never sleeps. There’s always news to share. Here’s the latest from our digital campus and beyond.

CIO Blog

Staying socially connected at a distance

As we all adjust to an immense amount of change and uncertainty, CIO Lois Brooks shares things we’re doing at DoIT to maintain social connection, even as we remain physically distant for a time. Continue Reading Staying socially connected at a distance

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A printing production pivot: DPPS makes face shields for UW Health

To help address a nationwide shortage, Digital Publishing and Printing Services is assembling as many as 1,000 face shields a day for health care workers on the COVID-19 front lines at UW Health. Continue Reading A printing production pivot: DPPS makes face shields for UW Health

CIO Blog

Reflection on the past few weeks—and the work ahead

Chief Information Officer Lois Brooks reflects on the university’s shift to a fully virtual environment and the “all hands lifting” university-wide collaboration that made it possible. Continue Reading Reflection on the past few weeks—and the work ahead

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Adobe Creative Cloud now available free to students

The popular graphic design software is temporarily available for free to students through May 31, 2020. Continue Reading Adobe Creative Cloud now available free to students

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Resources for working & learning remotely

Here’s a post that collects a growing list of links to websites, KBs and other helpful docs that address many of our questions. Continue Reading Resources for working & learning remotely

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Beware of COVID-19 phishing attempts and websites

It didn’t take long for cybercriminals to take advantage of the panic. Here are some tips to help avoid getting duped. Continue Reading Beware of COVID-19 phishing attempts and websites

Illustration by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Red spikes that cover the outer surface of the gray ball-shaped virus.

A message from Chancellor Rebecca Blank: updates to campus operations

To lessen the risk to our community as much as possible, UW–Madison will suspend Spring Semester face-to-face instruction effective Mon, March 23. Get the latest updates at covid19.wisc.edu. Continue Reading A message from Chancellor Rebecca Blank: updates to campus operations

Phishing

Learn how to recognize and report phishing

Phishing: A scammer attempts to get financial or other confidential information by posing as a reputable entity in an electronic communication. Be skeptical and look for these warning signs. Continue Reading Learn how to recognize and report phishing

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Adobe Design Circle Scholarship awards creativity in design, technology

The undergraduate scholarships award up to $25,000 for up to four years, ideal for students who want to enter product design or experience design-related careers. Continue Reading Adobe Design Circle Scholarship awards creativity in design, technology

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Your phone is probably gross. Wash your hands—and don’t forget your devices.

Practice good hand hygiene, definitely. But to help prevent illness, don’t forget about your smartphone, keyboard and other tech devices, too. Continue Reading Your phone is probably gross. Wash your hands—and don’t forget your devices.