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It seems we hear about new rules related to travelling with mobile devices every day. To provide some advice the Office of the CIO team has created “For the Record: Security Tips When Travelling with Mobile Devices”.
On Wednesday, February 8th, the newly formed IT Student Services Advisory Committee met for the first time. The committee provides an opportunity to hear directly from a group of students about their technology needs, concerns and priorities.
Consisting of 18 undergraduate and graduate students representing various faculties across the university community, the committee is sponsored by the Office of the CIO, in partnership with the Centre for Innovation in Teaching and Learning, and Memorial Libraries...
Memorial wants to improve its research data management services with a little help from the university community.
There’s a new wireless network on the university’s St. John’s campus called @Memorial. Students, faculty and staff can connect to @Memorial using their MUN Login credentials. Those who haven’t changed their MUN Login password since May 11, 2016, should do so before connecting to the new wireless network.