The campus has been recently targeted by malicious emails that notify users they have exceeded their email storage limit and need to click on a link to re-validate their account.
Individuals who received this email should simply delete the message. If you or someone in your department responded to this phishing attempt and entered user information, that person should contact the IT Service Center during regular business hours at 303-735-4357 (5-HELP from a campus phone).
Please also remember the following:
Galloping COLTT will offer two Adobe workshops on October 8 in the CU-Boudler Dal Ward Athletic Center (DAWL), and you’re invited to attend.
The sessions are as follows:
Session 1: Create a Professional Looking Web Site with Adobe Muse
October 8, 2014
9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Since our campus has switched to using the i>clicker national registration database for clicker registration, the CU-Boulder registration database (cuclickers.colorado.edu) is no longer needed and will be retired on October 1. The switch to a new registration database means that all instructors must update to the latest version of i>clicker software. If you neglected to update your i>clicker software at the start of the fall semester, there is still time to do so.
The Office of Information Technology and the CU-Boulder Police Department are once again providing a free registration service for laptops and other portable computing devices and record numbers are taking advantage. A registered computer is less attractive to would-be thieves and is easier to recover if it is ever lost or stolen.