Thursday, December 19, 2013

Office 365 News

Keep up to date on the latest news on the Office 365 migration this spring at the FSU official website.

Is it Real or is it a Phishing Scam?

Is it Real?
Ashley Stellard, Elizabeth Haneline, and Jody Gardei attended the ACM Special Interest Group for University and College Computing Services (SIGUCCS) conference in November. During the conference James

Workshop Changes for Spring Semester

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Due to the training being offered for the transition from Lotus Notes to Office 365, TAC's Technical Education and Outreach team will be offering fewer scheduled workshops and encouraging the use of online training resources or customized one-on-one and group training workshops during spring semester.

Acrobat Tip: How to Combine Multiple Files into One PDF

Open Adobe Acrobat. In the Welcome window, select Combine Files into PDF

The Single PDF button is automatically selected.

Select Add File in the top left corner of the Combine Files dialog box.

There are different ways to select files:

Security During the Holidays

Now that the holiday season is upon us our minds get focused on everything extra in our lives.  During this season most people are busier than they are at any other point in the year.  The holiday season presents some challenges from a security standpoint that do not exist at other times of the year.  Here are some quick tips on what you can do in order to make your holidays much more secure.

Don't Get Phished by a Hacker!

Don't end up like grandma in this video! Stay safe while shopping online this holiday season.

Mac OS X Tips - Spotlight Search

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Spotlight is a cool search engine that is available for you to use on your Mac. Click the magnifying glass on the top right of the screen like in the picture here, or press Command + Spacebar on the keyboard.
Spotlight search results
Spotlight allows you to search for anything on your computer, from applications, to folders, to files, to even content within a file. You can also do quick math in Spotlight.  But that's not all! You can also use it to search