How to Send or Receive Files Securely with LiquidFiles

February 26, 2020
Admin IT offers the LiquidFiles service as a way to send documents securely as opposed to email attachments. Documents containing sensitive data, also known as Personally Identifiable Information or PII data, should always be sent securely and not as email attachments. Read more on how to send or receive documents securely with LiquidFiles.

How to Work from Home

January 27, 2020
Away from your desk and need to check your email or access your files? Find out how.

How to Check the Status of Campus IT Services

December 06, 2019
Email not working? Jabber down? KFS not responding? Learn how to check the status of campus IT services such as email, Box, and TRS.

Help! My email is offline.

August 08, 2018

Occasionally you may experience a feeling that you have not received any email in a while.  One of the first things to check is to see if your email is "Working Offline".  This is easy to determine by viewing the lower left hand corner of your active Outlook window. 

 

 

Phishing FAQs

April 17, 2018
"Phishing" (pronounced "fishing") refers to a form of fraud that attempts to acquire sensitive information (usually your username, also called login or loginID, and passphrase/passphrase). There are many variations, but the most obvious characteristic of a phishing message is that it instructs you to provide sensitive information either by replying to the message, or by clicking on a link and entering the information on a web page. Read more

Digital Spring Cleaning

April 03, 2018

Spring has finally sprung here in Davis.  Now is the time to do your spring cleaning.  Merriam-Webster defines Spring Cleaning as the act or process of doing a thorough cleaning of a place.  Most people associate spring cleaning with their homes.  However, now is also a great time to do some 'digital' spring cleaning.  Like cleaning your home, the work won't be fun, but you'll improve your security and your devices might run faster.

How to Convert an Email to a PDF

March 06, 2018
Outlook provides users a way to convert emails to PDFs either individually or as a group of emails (existing in same folder). When done individually, the desired email can be converted by printing to PDF or saving the file as a PDF. Also, if Adobe Acrobat (full version) is installed, complete folders can be saved as a collection of PDFs. The collection can be opened as an Acrobat portfolio as an archive of a group of PDF'd emails, preserving the emails including attachments. This option is good to preserve emails that need to be archived for other people's use and opened as an email viewer. The portfolio's structure is maintained and will list all available emails in the portfolio and the attachments to the emails. Read more