Wednesday, July 10, 2019
A spike in phishing emails has recently hooked several members of the UNC Charlotte community. These email attacks requesting gift card codes appear to be sent from a trusted source (dean, supervisor, manager, etc.) but are sent from a criminal. See how to identify and report scam emails.
Friday, June 7, 2019
So, What's UP with IT? The answer is A LOT, and this monthly e-newsletter serves as a new way for faculty and staff to stay "up"—to-date, that is—with ITS, from IT Projects to News, Security, Training, and more!
Tuesday, May 28, 2019

The second phase of BerryDunn’s University IT Assessment continues, as the consulting group...

Tuesday, May 14, 2019
Over the next few weeks, users can expect a more secure VPN connection when they will be prompted to authenticate their credentials during the VPN login process. Additionally, unique profile IDs—think—are no longer required. Simply use to log in and access your content.
Friday, May 10, 2019
Staff from ITS, the Center for Teaching and Learning and Building and Environmental Services work together in the Kennedy building. We are all thankful to the community for the recent outpouring of love and support as Niner Nation Remembers.
Friday, May 10, 2019

What is the last date I can submit feedback to BerryDunn?

The University community now has two more weeks to provide feedback to BerryDunn following the One IT proposal last month. The new deadline is end-of-business on May 24. The final report will be delivered to the Chancellor in June 2019.


Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Faculty may be more apt to ask this question this summer:
How do I use Duo when I am traveling?

Wednesday, May 1, 2019

It grieves me to say this, but the bad guys never stop. We are already seeing phishing emails targeting our campus community and linking to fake crowdfunding sites. These sites claim to be raising funds for victims of this tragic event.

Thursday, April 18, 2019

BerryDunn delivered their revised report recommending a One IT Organization to UNC Charlotte in a Town Hall on Wednesday, April 17. The meeting kicked off the final phase of the University IT Assessment before Chancellor Dubois is expected to make his final decision in Fall 2019. For more information about the Town Hall or to provide feedback, visit