CCIT This Week: Kaltura training, GIS workshops begin this week, CU Cyber wins again, and more
Welcome to CCIT This Week, where we give you a rundown of news, tips, upcoming maintenance and more. This page will be updated throughout the week. Follow us on Twitter @clemsonIT for daily information and timely updates.
Kaltura training sessions begin this week—and is now live in Canvas! Kaltura is replacing Ensemble as a video content management system and allows Clemson users to create or upload video files on the web and easily share them with others. Training events begin Monday at 1 p.m.—learn more at Clemson Online’s website.
The Clemson Center for Geospatial Technologies’ popular GIS Fundamentals Workshop Series returns this week, delivered online every Thursday and Friday from 1-4 p.m. Learn more on the Center’s website and sign up on CU Course.
CU Cyber, Clemson’s competitive cybersecurity team, captured another Palmetto Cyber Defense Competition championship, its seventh in the last 10 years. Read more at Clemson News.
Congratulations to CCIT software developer Doug Dawson, winner of this year’s Thomas Green Clemson Award for Excellence for Staff! Read more at Clemson News.
Beginning on May 5, Duo began blocking authentications from users whose IP address originates in a country or region subject to economic and trade sanctions enforced by the U.S. Office of Foreign Assets Control. Learn more on the Duo website. CCIT is exploring options with respect to this change, so contact us if you have questions.
We put together a list of budget-friendly IT resources for employees. Find out how you can access Grammarly Premium, Adobe Creative Cloud, Microsoft Office 365 and a whole lot more at no cost to you on our News page.
If you forward your Clemson.edu mail to Gmail, you may encounter problems due to new security enhancements. CCIT does not recommend email forwarding to yourself outside of the Clemson environment.
Traveling internationally this summer? We can help with Duo now that the Duo “Call Me” option has been removed. Check out some PDF instructions showing what you need and what your options are for authenticating.