Category Archives: Communications

Office 365 Update: Student migration continues

by Information Technology Services Information Technology Services is making progress with the Office 365 migration. To date 14,445 accounts have been migrated to Office 365. With the successful start to the migration and the beginning of the semester behind us, … Continue reading

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Top questions being answered at the IT Help Desk

Q. I can’t get on the K-State wireless network. What do I do? Get on the KSU Guest open wireless network, then link to wireless.ksu.edu and follow the instructions. Q. K-State’s antivirus software won’t work on my computer. What do I … Continue reading

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Seven IT resources for students

This quick spotlight gives a rundown on key IT resources that were updated and/or new services added over the summer for K-Staters.  Read this back-to-school primer on IT tools to make campus life easier. 7. eID rolling passwords — K-State transitioned from set … Continue reading

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Are you receiving reminders about changing your eID password?

By Information Technology Services If you are receiving a reminder to change your eID password, that means your 180-day password cycle is almost up. To keep your personal information safe, your eID password expires every 180 days. To change your … Continue reading

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IT Help Desk hours for fall semester 2013

The IT Help Desk, 214 Hale Library, returns to normal hours of operation on Saturday, Aug. 24, for the fall semester.  Note the extended hours Aug. 22-23, the fall schedule below, and closing for the Labor Day holiday. “All services” support includes … Continue reading

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eID passwords: Has it been 180 days already?

By Information Technology Services Is it time to change your eID password? Most K-State students, faculty and staff need to change their passwords every 180 days. To check when your password will expire, sign in to Connect by clicking the … Continue reading

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Zoom training sessions available on campus

Information Technology Services is offering training sessions on Zoom, a high-definition video and audio conferencing tool that is available to all K-State students, faculty, and staff. Training sessions will be held for individual colleges, departments, and groups who have requested … Continue reading

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Office 365: Comparing the web-based client to the desktop client

By Information Technology Services As K-State transitions to Office 365, there have been questions about the differences in the web-based Outlook Web App versus the Outlook desktop client. The differences between the two are diminishing over time. If you do not … Continue reading

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July IT happenings include email cleanup, Office 365 testing, Zoom videoconferencing

Email cleanup of Zimbra inboxes should be foremost on every K-Stater’s to-do list, with the impending transition from Zimbra to Office 365.  For tips and how-to, see: Office 365: Information for cleaning out your Zimbra mail. Office 365 email testing and … Continue reading

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Office 365: Information for cleaning out your Zimbra mail

by Information Technology Services The summer is a great time to clean out old email messages, delete unused email folders, etc.  On May 9, we suggested this in preparation for the email migration to Office 365 in a K-State Today … Continue reading

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