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Tax Season and Identity Theft – do you know how they relate?

March 28, 2022 by | IS&T

During the tax season, the scammers are hard at work trying to trick people into giving away their information. The same information they would use to steal their victim’s identity and cash on their tax returns. According to the IRS, some of the signs of identity theft are: You get a letter from the IRS

Creating Accessible Documents for All! March 2022 | New Technologies

March 7, 2022 by | Software

Campus Community, Having accessible design benefits everyone. It also saves time and effort and can also reduce institutional risk. Moreover, providing an accessible environment for everyone is a vital part of making society more inclusive. It allows people with limited mobility to participate in the community. Finally, having an accessible design will enable people with

Grammarly Premium, Your Awesome Writing Partner February 2022 | New Technologies

February 14, 2022 by | Software

Grammarly is an AI-powered writing software that helps folks write more effectively. It helps write more clearly, automatically detects grammatical errors, and offers writing suggestions to its users. Aside from improving your writing, Grammarly also enables you to make the most of the reader’s time by delivering the most accurate and understandable messages.  Grammarly is

Chapman Partners With Modo Labs For University Mobile App

March 14, 2016 by | Announcements

Chapman University IS&T recently announced that they have partnered with Modo Labs to provide the technology framework for Chapman University’s official mobile app. By selecting Modo Labs as our mobile app framework, Chapman is joining some of the most recognizable names in American universities including Harvard, Princeton, Notre Dame, and NYU who are already using the Modo

Google Chrome Lands on Campus PCs

January 19, 2016 by | Uncategorized

The world’s most popular web browser is making its long awaited debut on campus PCs this month. On January 20th, an install patch will be sent to all PCs on campus to install the Chrome browser. Computers in labs, classrooms, and offices across the university will be able to set their default browser between the

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