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Information Technology Services (ITS)

Voicemail System Update Set for Friday, July 10, at 5:30 pm CST

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Information Technology Services (ITS) is responsible for providing modern and user-friendly technology services to the campus community and visitors through our eight divisions:

We strive to provide exceptional customer service as well as deliver information technology that enables the university to achieve excellence in patient care, education, research, and community service.

ITS News

  • What Are Your Training Needs? Please complete this 2-minute survey to help us better understand your needs for training on desktop applications, business productivity tools (Excel, Word, SharePoint, etc.) and your use of LinkedIn Learning.
  • What is NVivo? NVivo is a qualitative analysis software package that supports both qualitative and mixed methods research and lets you collect, organize, and analyze content from virtually any source! It is no longer available through UTK due to licensing constraints, but ITS is interested to know if you do or would like to use NVivo. Please take our short NVivo survey to tell us your needs.
  • LinkedIn Learning Stops Supporting IE: LinkedIn Learning has announced that as of July 1, 2020, they will no longer be supporting connections from Internet Explorer 11. Please use one of the following browsers to connect: Chrome, Firefox, or Safari.
  • Process Catalog: You may have heard about process maps, but have you seen one?  Visit our college and departmental process maps in the new Process Catalog - we may already have one that interacts with your processes! (NetID login required)
  • Examplify 2.0.2 Software: If you are on a Mac OS version earlier than Catalina, you need to download Examplify 2.0.2.
  • Gift Card ScamsOur campus is being targeted by gift card scam phishing attacks. These  phishing attacks usually begin with an email that will impersonate a dean or manager at UTHSC and creates a sense of urgency. Forward these emails to abuse@uthsc.edu. Learn more about Phishing.

Last Published: Jul 1, 2020