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During this busy holiday season, make sure you can securely access your UCO information from wherever your travels might take you! UCO’s VPN, or “Virtual Private Network”, AnyConnect makes it easy for UCO faculty and staff to connect to the UCO network from any mobile device with an internet connection. Once installed, open the AnyConnect software, […]


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Keep your alternate email and other contact information up-to-date so that you can always recover any lost account information. Visit the Employee Tab in UCONNECT and click Update My Central Alert to verify your contact information today. Reminder, the support@uco.edu email address is no longer in use. You can now visit the online service desk to request assistance at servicedesk.uco.edu.


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Now in its 18th year, Cybersecurity Awareness Month—previously known as National Cybersecurity Awareness Month—continues to raise awareness about the importance of cybersecurity across our Nation, ensuring that all Americans have the resources they need to be safer and more secure online. Watch for weekly tips from the Office of Information Technology to help keep you […]


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What is Civitas?  Civitas is a robust, real-time analytics dashboard that allows users the ability to make sense of student data coming from Banner and D2L. Predictors and filters can be used to review data and develop insights into student success and help identify appropriate engagement opportunities and timing. Using the information, departments, colleges, and […]


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2021 is flying by and now is the time to make sure you are on track for completing your annual required training! Log in to the UCO Learning Center to access your assigned learning, view/print your Learning Transcript, and track personal learning! For more information on how to access the UCO Learning Center and your required annual trainings, check out […]


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The tech industry is experiencing a worldwide shortage of technology parts. These parts include base components in nearly all technologies you encounter on a daily basis. In a recent Forbes article on the semiconductor shortages, Forbes noted how much we rely on these technologies in everything from cell phones, laptops and washing machines to refrigerators, […]


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The Office of Information Technology (OIT) and the Office of Enrollment & Student Success (ESS) are partnering to expand Service Desk and One Stop call center services to 24x7x365 by leveraging Blackboard’s virtual student support service solution. Beginning in July, virtual assistance will expand and be offered via chat, web, text, and phone. Support offerings […]


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Now is a good time to clean your tech. Dusting off computers and other electronic equipment can prolong the life of your devices. Computers have many little areas where dust can easily accumulate. Leaving the dust intact, can be damaging to your computer. With the accumulated dust, the airflow is reduced which may eventually lead […]


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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 your area […]


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Requesting access to tech systems can be confusing and complicated. Specific and sometimes unique access has to be requested for all new faculty and staff as well as any that may change roles or pick up new responsibilities. As part of the Office of Information Technology’s (OIT) continued efforts to increase efficiency and empower the […]


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