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ITS recommends replacing CUantivirus with one of the recommended products available online.
CU Hosting High School Graduations
Several high school graduations will be held at Coors Events and Conference Center between May 17 and May 29. Please note that five of the events will occur during the business week and may impact your commute. For additional information visit the Parking & Transportation Services website.
Keep Your Computer Protected with New Antivirus Software
The campus is moving to new antivirus solutions, meaning customers of CA eTrust Antivirus (also known as CUantivirus) will need to move to one of the new solutions before the software license expires June 17. Antivirus software is one of the most important tools for safeguarding your computer and personal data from viruses and worms. After June 16, CUantivirus will not provide this protection. ITS recommends that you uninstall CUantivirus and install one of the recommended products available online. This site also includes detailed instructions for uninstalling CUantivirus, installing a new antivirus solution, a list of resources, and FAQs. For assistance contact the IT Service Center at 303-735-4357 (or 5-HELP from an on-campus phone). Phone help is available Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
May 2010 MetamorphoSIS Project Newsletter
All three campuses have gone live with ISIS for fall 2010 registration. In this issue of the Metamorphosis Project News, you'll find an update on ISIS enrollment activities as well as the other functionality that has gone live and a look at what's next. Here are the topics you'll see covered in this month's issue: Go-live update: More information on Student Records and Financial Aid functionality in ISIS, as well as COF; What's next: A look ahead to the Student Financials go-live this summer and information on the DARS-ISIS degree audit interface; ISIS Terminology: Some new terms and definitions; ISIS Online: A summary of our ISIS tutorials. Read the newsletter (PDF). The May 19 Town Meeting is cancelled, but the next Town Meeting will be held in early June – date, time and location to be announced.
Children Up to Age 27 Eligible for Coverage under University of Colorado Plans
As a result of recent federal healthcare reform legislation, employees may enroll children up to the age of 27 in University of Colorado medical, dental and life insurance plans for the 2010-11 plan year. All dependents, including spouses, common law spouses or same gender domestic partners (SGDP), must be verified to continue their coverage starting July 1, 2010. If you completed the dependent verification audit via Secova, you will not have to re-verify. If you are adding new dependents for coverage effective July 1, 2010, you must verify their eligibility with PBS during the open enrollment period and have required documents submitted by May 21, 2010 at 5 p.m. MDT. There is no guarantee of dependent coverage if required documents are not received by the due date. Email PBS for more information.
Customer Service Seminar
Would you like to sharpen your customer service skills? This two-hour seminar will give you practical skills in providing good customer service every time. Learn to handle irate customers while maintaining a positive attitude and more. Presenter: Omaira Bankston, Organizational & Employee Development. Wednesday, May 26, 9-11 a.m., 346 ARC, Marine St. Please call 2-8103 or email to register. For more information on training sessions and seminars visit the Human Resources website.
Exclusive Discount Rates for Campus Shipping and Receiving
The Materiel Management department has negotiated exclusive campus agreements with major carriers such as YRC, Fed Ex Freight and UPS Freight. By using centralized shipping and receiving, campus departments can take advantage of deep discounts for domestic and international shipments and receipts. Other advantages and discounts include exemptions from weighing and single-shipment fees. Call 303-492-6369 to take advantage of discounts and additional services.