Dropbox phishing scheme affecting students

Posted on: September 16, 2015 | By: Ryan Gay | Filed under: Trending @ the Service Desk

Over the last few weeks, students have experienced an influx in phishing scheme messages purported to be sent by trusted friends and colleagues. While the email appears legitimate, clicking the link compromises the security of your account. Read on for information about what the email looks like and what you should do to prevent unauthorized …

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Tech I can’t live without: Peter Felten

Posted on: March 20, 2014 | By: Casey Brown | Filed under: Technology@Elon, Productivity

Peter Felten, assistant provost, values organization and convenience. He owns a number of devices and travels often with his job, so he needs quick and easy access to his files no matter where he is or what he’s using. That is why is why Peter Felten can’t live without Dropbox.

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5 presentation tools that enable better collaboration

Posted on: November 25, 2013 | By: Casey Brown | Filed under: Tech Tips, Teaching and Learning
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With group presentations, it is always difficult to find a way to collaborate effectively on a presentation. Sending a PowerPoint over e-mail repeatedly can be a hassle, because no one will have the same draft at the same time. With a collaborative presentation, it’s important to edit in real-time in a space that works for …

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