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Discounted and No-Fee Productivity and Academic-Related Software

Why shop around for software when in many cases you can get it through the campus for discounted prices or in some cases no user fee at all. The campus site licensing webpage is your key to finding the best deals on our campus for Microsoft office applications and operating systems for faculty and staff computers, as well as academic-related software for statistics, graphing, math and research for students, faculty and staff.  

Get Your Grades, Class Schedule and Book Lists on Your Mobile Devices

Mobile MyCUInfo, located at https://m.colorado.edu/mycuinfo/, makes it possible for students to check their grades, view class schedules and location, book lists and more, all on a smartphone or other mobile device. The schedules, books, and grades you can access in the Student tab of MyCUInfo are presented in a mobile-friendly format so you always have them with you.

Microsoft Office 365 Applications Now Available to You (Student E-memo)

Note: The following message was sent to all CU-Boulder students on December 5, 2014. A separate email was sent to all CU-Boulder faculty and staff.

All CU-Boulder faculty, staff and students now have access to Microsoft’s online suite of collaborative and productivity applications via their CU-Boulder IdentiKey login. Microsoft Office 365 includes Office Online (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote), OneDrive, SharePoint Online, and Lync Online.

Security Alert - Campus Targeted by Phishing Email on November 5, 2014

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:

Rescue Story: Restoring Waterlogged Data After the Flood

Everything was wet. From her apartment furnishings and food to clothes and personal keepsakes. But it was the Macbook and all the data that was on it that was the crushing blow.

“The computer and school books were the hardest hit for me,” said Anna Cooper. “I could replace the clothes and furniture.” But losing the photos and class notes that she had stored on her Mac laptop was particularly devastating for the senior who is pursuing a degree in Psychology and a TEFLA certification.

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