Network lag fixed

IT enlarges Internet capacity With a rapidly increasing population and a growing demand for more capable Internet, the Information Technology (IT) department at Liberty University has made steps to improve Internet speeds and account for the increased bandwidth usage. According to the Liberty University News Service, the speed of the …

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Phishing scams hunt for prey

Digital world — Users have encountered email scams. Photo credit: Leah Seavers

IT tackles problem of malware constantly plaguing university email accounts Like fishing in a body of water, hackers send phishing emails to students complete with bait and a dangerous hook. But instead of a juicy worm, students could find malware at the end of a hacker’s hook. Phishing is different …

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Phishing scams hunt for prey

Digital world — Users have encountered email scams. Photo credit: Leah Seavers

IT tackles problem of malware constantly plaguing university email accounts Like fishing in a body of water, hackers send phishing emails to students complete with bait and a dangerous hook. But instead of a juicy worm, students could find malware at the end of a hacker’s hook. Phishing is different …

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Blackboard crash causes frustration

network — Students and faculty are warned that IT is still working on the Blackboard problem. Screen shot

The Liberty University Information Technology Department works through issues to help students and faculty “Page not found.” Since the beginning of the semester, many Liberty University students and faculty have experienced numerous problems with Blackboard, which result with this error screen, according to the Office of the Provost. “We deeply …

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Microsoft visits campus

WINDOWS — Microsoft employees answered questions from upper-level business students looking to find a job. Photo provided

Computer company employees speak at School of Business, provide insight Students from the Liberty University School of Business heard from representatives from the Microsoft Corporation Wednesday, Nov. 13 about how to get ahead in the world of information technology. According to School of Business Dean Scott Hicks, the Liberty Information …

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IT partners with Atomic Learning

Students now have the opportunity to watch free tutorials online to help them learn new computer programs This semester, Liberty University’s Information Technology (IT) department is providing a brand new opportunity for students and staff members to learn how to use computer programs and social media websites. The department, along …

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