Over the next 4 months, the Office of Information Technology (OIT) will be updating the campus antivirus software on all UCO-owned computers. We will be seamlessly replacing Symantec Endpoint Protection with Microsoft Defender for Endpoint. This will occur in phases and be coordinated with all UCO techs. Ongoing communications will be targeted to . . .
The Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Teaching and Research Center, set to open its doors this fall is a 57,000 square-foot state-of-the-art building that will house brand new research labs, classrooms and faculty office space. Faculty and students will have the opportunity to work side by side in the research and teaching . . .
How does a university connect with an ever-evolving generation, who is more tech-savvy and digitally connected than ever?
Well, we’re glad you asked. We gave our website a little of that “Fixer Upper” vibe and rolled out a brand new look. But, it’s not all sunshine GIFs and lazy memes. It’s hard work! Just ask the Web Content Team.
The Web . . .
October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month and the Office of Information Technology wants the UCO community to stay cyber aware. The office is hosting multiple events in October to raise awareness of how to implement stronger security practices and raise community awareness.
Throughout the month, many events are planned, including:
- Weekly quizzes and statistics – Complete each week for prizes and a chance to win the grand prize;
- IT Security Alert Team – Don’t get caught defenseless. IT will be monitoring the campus for individuals who might be compromising the security of their devices and/or identity; and,
- Visit Broncho Lake from 9:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Oct. 26, for prizes, games and food.
Staying . . .
UCO’s Information Technology team is just that – a team – and our mission is to help the UCO community with any and all technical concerns it may have. The UCO Service Desk and extended IT professionals and experts take pride in the experience and knowledge they bring to the table in helping things run smoothly.
But sometimes, the right . . .