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ePhones Update For Week of March 19

Technology Services begins installation of the university’s new phone system in the Pocahontas and Robert Blackwell Smith buildings today, March 19. Occupants of these buildings may click here for information regarding training sessions or to download training materials. If any problems should occur after installation, dial *90 or 827-8353 for assistance.

Seminar – Computer Security: A Continuing Process

Computer security is more of a challenge now then ever before. Technology Services Kay Sommers and Jesse Crim will address these security challenges on Wednesday, April 4, 11am-12pm in Tompkins-McCaw Library, Room 2-010. Join them as they attempt to answer questions on security and review best practices on how to ensure that your computer is […]

ePhones System Installation Update – Week of March 12

Technology Services begins installation of the university’s new phone system in the help desk area of the Cabell Library and the Nursing Education Building today, March 12. Occupants of these buildings may visit http://www.ephones.vcu.edu/training.html for information regarding training sessions or to download training materials. If any problems should occur after installation, dial *90 or 827-8353 […]

Is Your Phone Number Wrong in the VCU Directory?

With the implementation of the new VCU phone system, some faculty and staff have new phone numbers. If your number is incorrect in the VCU directory on the web, then you can easily change it through Banner Self-Service (the same web site that you check for your pay and leave information). To access Banner Self […]

Technology Services Short Courses

Enhance your computer software skills or learn how to select computer components for upgrades and purchases. Sign up for one of Technology Services short courses to expand your technology skills. We offer courses in the use of Microsoft office products, Macromedia software, research applications such as SAS and SPSS, and a new course on Computer […]

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