In the coming weeks, the College of Charleston campus community will experience new ways to access and manage information with a series of software upgrades.
Here are six tips College of Charleston employees can put into action today to keep their data at work safe.
MyCharleston, the College's secure gateway to online services, is undergoing a three-pronged transformation aimed at better serving the College of Charleston community.
In a short 30-minute session, staff in the Division of Information Technology will cover some of the best ways to use the Outlook Calendar to make your day-to-day scheduling easier.
The College of Charleston Division of Information Technology has issued hurricane preparedness guide for faculty and staff.
The Division of Information Technology is partnering with various areas across campus on a new initiative, called the Banner Modernization, Advising and Analytics Program, which will transform and upgrade the College’s technical systems and processes.
The Division of Information Technology is holding 30-minute learning opportunities for faculty and staff about the Microsoft Outlook Insights add-in.
Using a mix of learning modalities, safety procedures, town halls and coordinated teamwork, the College of Charleston emerged from the pandemic stronger than ever.
This month, IT will offer two 30-minute online learning sessions covering permission choices and time limits on file sharing in Microsoft OneDrive.
The College of Charleston is instituting a 120-day retention policy for Zoom cloud recordings, effective May 1, 2021.