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Your email's "Junk" Folder has changed!

How your Junk Email Folder has changed

Microsoft Exchange Online Protection (EOP) launched on March 7, 2017. There were two primary reasons for moving our email protection service to an online service; the first was for reliability, to remove our reliance on our campus infrastructure for email delivery, the second was to enable us to take further steps in protecting the campus from email threats in the form of phishing emails.

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World Backup Day 2017

World Backup Day: March 31, 2017

Highlighting the importance of protecting data on and off-campus

If your device suddenly crashed and was unable to be repaired, would you lose access to all your files? How much time would it take to recreate what was lost? Would you lose precious memories (I.e. photographs?) World Backup Day takes place on March 31, 2017 and encourages individuals and organizations to backup personal and organizational data as well as to consider preserving digital heritage and cultural works for future generations.

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Connecting from off-campus

Connecting from off-campus

Are you connecting to Queen's resources from off campus? If so, you may need to change the way you are accessing these resources. 

On March 21, 2017 as part of Queen's ongoing security improvements, you will need to use one of the two university supported methods to access Queen's resources on your off-campus device:

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Educational Technology Awards Recipients

Educational Technology Award Recipients ​

Again this year, Information Technology Services (ITS) is a proud sponsor of the Educational Technology Award, one of six of the Principal’s Teaching and Learning Awards. Designed to recognize and encourage the innovative use of technology to enhance teaching and learning at Queen's, this award honours faculty and/or staff (individuals or teams) from any Faculty, School or Department.

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Queensu wireless network has reached end of life

Queensu wireless network has reached end of life

Queen’s currently has two wireless networks that users can connect to: “queensu” (unsecured) and “QueensuSecure_WPA2” (secured).

In an effort to ensure our networks are secure and protect our campus users, the unsecured wireless network “queensu” will be disabled as of February 1, 2017.

If you are currently connecting to the Queen’s wireless network using this login portal, please disconnect from this network.

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FAQs related to the NetID security incident

FAQs related to the NetID security incident

What happened?

Information Technology Services (ITS) discovered some unusual activity related to employees’ banking information within the Queen’s MyHR portal. To date, a small number of individual accounts have been affected by this activity.
In addition, there has been unusual activity related to NetIDs affecting a small group of employees.

Queen’s is currently in the process of contacting affected employees.

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