08/25/2016
IT prepared for fall move-in and first week (#MoveInMiami)
The Oxford campus is teeming with first-year students. Sophomores, juniors and seniors have been arriving for weeks. To prepare for this annual influx, IT services support staff began planning many months ago.
08/18/2016
Tech toys: The back-to-school edition
In the spirit of the start of school, we decided to provide some more of our favorite tech toys. So, if you know of someone going back to classes, or if you are interested in new tech for yourself, check out the following list.
08/18/2016
Regular business hours begin Aug. 22
Regular business hours resume on the Oxford, Hamilton, Middletown and VOA campuses begin Monday, Aug. 22.
08/11/2016
IT services gets proactive with comm room monitoring
What has the potential to greatly reduce the chance of network downtime across campus, resulting in an improved computing experience for everyone?
08/11/2016
Miami Holiday Project raffle
CPAC is hosting a fundraising raffle to benefit the Miami Holiday Project. Three lucky winners will receive $50 gift certificates compliments of Miami Catering to use for holiday festivities.
08/11/2016
Changes to Miami's cellular account with Verizon
Effective Saturday, Aug. 13, 2016, Mitech's cellular office will be making changes to the cellular plan options.
08/11/2016
Aching Back? Aching Joints?
Join experts from The Christ Hospital Joint & Spine Center to discuss proper joint and back care, injury prevention, arthritis and finding the right specialist for your orthopedic care needs, among other topics
08/04/2016
Human resources collaborates to improve exit process
The department of human resources has partnered with The Devine Group, a Cincinnati-based company focused on employee engagement and retention, to utilize an exit survey instrument to collect feedback from staff who voluntarily resign their position.
08/04/2016
Olympic fever may lead hackers to your computer
What do Michael Phelps, Gabby Douglas, and Usain Bolt have in common with a tsunami or an earthquake? They are all used as bait by phishers attempting to hack into your account and steal confidential information or spread malware to others.