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Chapman Mobile App NOW AVAILABLE Staying connected just got a whole lot easier.

September 22, 2016 by | Uncategorized

Big News Panthers!   The first OFFICIAL Chapman University mobile app is now available! Visit your app store today and download the “CU Mobile” app to access live and up-to-date information such as: Campus community events Parking information Campus maps Class schedules Blackboard Alumni information MUCH MORE!!!   Staying connected just got whole lot easier!!! Downloads:

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Chapman University DropBox User Accounts Not Affected By DropBox Security Breach Why Chapman University Information Security Enforces Strong Password Structure

September 1, 2016 by | Uncategorized

You may have read about a recent security breach at Dropbox.  Chapman signed an institutional agreement with Dropbox in 2015, and as a result, we have hundreds of Dropbox users on campus.  So we think it’s important to reach out to the campus and outline any impact on Chapman.  Back in 2012, prior to the

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Qualtrics File Upload Now Available

July 13, 2016 by | Announcements

Good Morning Fellow Panthers! Today we’re excited to tell you about a new feature now available in Qualtrics.  All Chapman University staff and faculty Qualtrics users now have the ability to use a new question type in their surveys call “File Upload”.    Now I know that probably does not sound that exciting at first, but

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Exchange.chapman.edu Is Getting a Makeover

June 1, 2016 by | Uncategorized

Big News Everyone, On June 10th, 2016, the exchange.chapman.edu login portal will be getting a new cosmetic makeover.  The login page will reflect the Chapman (cardinal) red color along with the Chapman logo.  It is important to know that this is a cosmetic change only and will have no impact to your email access or interface. This change

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Passphrases and the top 20 commonly used passwords on LinkedIn Are we making it too easy?

May 23, 2016 by George Viegas | Uncategorized

Back in 2012 LinkedIn suffered a breach wherein 6.5 million passwords were exposed. LinkedIn responded by forcing a password reset on all 6.5 million impacted accounts. This week reports have surfaced about an additional dataset of email and hashed passwords of more than 100 million LinkedIn members (please copy and paste https://blog.linkedin.com/2016/05/18/protecting-our-members). This additional dataset

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