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IS&T Project Management Office Spotlight: COVID Test Forms Scanning

September 28, 2022 by | Technology

Objective In 2020, the Student Health Center started offering COVID testing as part of the university’s pandemic management efforts. Release forms signed by all recipients were deemed medical records that needed to be stored based on the university’s Data Retention Policy. A project was initiated in January 2022 to engage with a digital solution provider

PantherBot Has Been Growing

September 28, 2022 by | Software

Last year Chapman University’s Information Systems and Technology (IS&T) introduced PantherBot to the Chapman community. PantherBot uses AI to provide fast and reliable information, so you get the help you need anytime on any device. Patherbot is anonymous and multilingual. You can ask questions in English, Spanish, Vietnamese, or Chinese. PantherBot has an extensive knowledge

Cybersecurity Awareness Month is Here!

September 21, 2022 by | Technology

In 2004, the US Congress and the President of the United States established October as Cybersecurity Awareness Month to raise awareness about the increasing number of threats that can affect the country’s technology and personal data. Through a collaboration between government agencies and industry, the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and the National Cybersecurity

Chapman University’s Wireless Network Expansion and Future Plans

September 19, 2022 by | Technology

In response to the increasing number of folks using Wi-Fi, Chapman University Information Systems & Technology (IS&T) has recently made numerous improvements to our wireless network. These improvements include the Anderson parking garage, the Sandhu parking garage, and the outdoor area near the Randall Dining Hall. In addition, the 4th-floor balcony of the Leatherby Library

Creating a Strong Password: The First Step in Protecting Your Data

September 14, 2022 by | Technology

One of the most critical factors you should consider when protecting your online accounts is having strong passwords. Without it, you could be giving cybercriminals access to your accounts without even knowing! Your account credentials are a tempting target for bad actors on the internet, and to avoid becoming a victim of password hacking, you

Using Friendly File Names for a Better Digital Experience

August 29, 2022 by | Software

A good file naming convention can help ensure that your files will work seamlessly across various operating systems, such as Windows and Mac OS X, and transfer easier across platforms.   Non-descriptive or descriptive file names are commonly used for files and folders that require a link between the source material and the digital object. Descriptive

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