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Computer Services produces technology news items called TECH Bits geared primarily to Temple University faculty and staff. TECH Bits are distributed via e-mail on a weekly basis during the semester. An archive of these messages appears below. For more information about Temple resources, visit the Faculty or Staff websites.
October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) and we would like you to get involved. Throughout the month, we will be sharing security tips to promote online safety through social media posts, events and giveaways.
October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM). Throughout the month, we will be sharing security tips to promote online safety.
Please help us spread the word: Computer Services is hosting two contests open to all currently enrolled Temple University students with two grand prizes in an effort to get students involved with raising awareness about NCSAM.
Did you know that you can earn Certificates of Completion for completing Lynda.com courses? With an online library of over 10,000 instructional videos taught by industry experts, there is something for everyone. Best of all, the courses are available to Temple students, faculty and staff for free.
Temple provides a variety of resources for storing and sharing files:
When our email accounts flood with messages, we often have to dig through our inboxes to find the message we’re looking for.
You can save time by entering certain phrases, known as “operators,” into the search bar box. These operators help you locate a specific email you’d like to retrieve.
Frequently used operators are listed below.
● subject: - Searches words in the subject of the email.
Ex: “subject:school” searches for emails with “school” in the subject line.
From now until, Friday, September 15, the Computer Recycling Center is offering a $100 Computer Bundle for current students - while supplies last! All orders must be submitted online and picked up within five business days from the order date. The bundle includes a Dell Optiplex 990 with an i7 processor and 19" Dell widescreen.
Did you know that you can customize your Temple email address by creating an alias? An alias is a nickname used to personalize your @temple.edu email address and you can have up to five email aliases for your account. An identifiable email address is easier to share with colleagues and students.
Did you know that you can customize your Temple email address by creating an alias? An alias is a nickname used to personalize your @temple.edu email address and you can have up to five email aliases for your account. An identifiable email address is easier to share with colleagues and classmates.
As we start a new semester, please help spread the word about Temple’s technology resources available for students.