Students, faculty and staff will lose access to most services and accounts—including email—210 days after they leave the University (see exceptions below).
If you received a message like the one below, DO NOT click any links or reply to the message.
KU Information Technology conducted our third self-phishing exercise today to raise awareness of IT security on campus and the dangers of phishing emails. KU IT conducted similar self-phishing exercises in October 2016 and in January this year.
KU's Blackboard resources website (blackboard.ku.edu) will soon be getting a new look and feel (see below). A new homepage and improved navigation will make it even easier to find the resources you need on Blackboard at KU.
Beginning Monday, Feb. 6, dialing numbers in Skype for Business phone service will be more like your mobile phone. If you have Skype for Business phone service, you will dial 10 digits for all calls: long distance, local and even KU numbers.
KU Information Technology’s portal developers have been working to update the myKU portal to provide a better user experience. We listened to feedback from students, faculty and staff, and have redesigned the look and improved the functionality of the portal.
With Skype for Business phone service, KU faculty and staff will use their computer to make and receive traditional phone calls via their KU work number.
KU students, faculty and staff now have 1TB of free cloud storage via OneDrive for Business and access to online versions of Microsoft Office products through Office 365 as part of a new service at KU called myCommunity.
Beginning on Tuesday, Aug. 11, KU Information Technology is upgrading the University’s email platform. This upgrade will not significantly change the Windows Outlook desktop client, but you will see improved design and new features in the Outlook Web App.
Microsoft is changing Lync to Skype for Business. KU faculty, staff and students may begin seeing the change to Skype for Business beginning April 14.