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IT News recap for the week of March 23

During this time of learning, teaching, and working from home, Information Technology Services will continue to provide new or updated information on the technology that is available at K-State to help you during this unusual semester. We realize a lot of information is coming at you all at once, so we have created a summary of the information that was released during the week in case you missed anything.

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Working from home for all K-Staters

  • K-State software licenses page is being updated – The information on K-State’s Software Licenses webpage will continue to be updated during the semester. Continue reading

  • Only use the VPN when necessary – We are reminding K-Staters about when to use the Virtual Private Networking (VPN) to access protected, proprietary, and confidential data and campus resources in a secure manner. Continue reading

  • Managing internet expectations as we teach, learn, and work remotely – Learn what you can do to improve your online experience. Continue reading

  • Adobe Creative Cloud available to students, faculty, and staff – Adobe is making temporary at-home access to the Creative Cloud Suite available until May 31, 2020. Continue reading

  • Who is listening to your conversations through your smart devices? – Learn how to keep your private conversation private around smartphones and other smart devices. Continue reading

  • ImageNow: Keeping our confidential and proprietary data secure – Keep confidential or proprietary data secure by adhering to K-State’s Data Classification and Security Policy. Continue reading

Need help? For self-help, view the IT Knowledge Base articles. Need more help, contact the IT Help Desk 785-532-7722 or your local IT support staff.