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Information and cyber security continues to grow as a significant issue for higher education, and for individuals everywhere. Learn about the latest development as Miami celebrates Cyber Security Awareness month.

An email message that mimics a note from the Miami Libraries is just one of several new phishing scams to affect Miami faculty, staff and students this week. Others include one that asks recipients to “validate” their account, and one that asks to “validate” your iTunes account. Please be aware that these message are hoaxes and phishing scams, and Miami’s Information Security office has been working to block these sites.

Updating Thursday’s departmental printing service disruption, there are a few remaining tasks still being completed that impact some printing functions.

  • All copiers with Equitrac terminals are being reconnected to Equitrac
  • Non-personnel accounts, such as departmental or Entity, will be given permission to print or copy

Miami recently received new functionality in our Google Apps control panel that allows Google Apps administrators to restore files deleted from users' Google Drive. We are able to restore files that were deleted up to 25 days prior to the restoration attempt. Any files that were deleted more than 25 days prior to the restoration attempt, cannot be recovered.

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