Tag: CIT

Theyerl: Lynda.com training getting popular


In the past three months, UW-Green Bay students, faculty, and staff have accessed more than 200 different video tutorial courses offered on Lynda.com. Technology training coordinator Patricia Theyerl of CIT says courses being explored are varied, including Camtasia Studio 8, Body Language for Leaders, Budgeting Video Projects, Creating a Responsive Web Design, Designing a Digital […]

Workshop: ‘OneDrive for Business’ this week


Learn how to use Office 365, create folders, upload files, and share those files with people on and off campus. Pat Theyerl’s next “OneDrive for Business” workshop is from 2 to 3 p.m. Friday, April 3 in Lab E, IS 1129. If you’re interested in attending, e-mail Pat Theyerl. OneDrive for Business documentation is available […]

Workshop: ‘OneDrive for Business’

Pat Theyerl is again offering a hands-on “OneDrive for Business” workshop this week Thursday, March 19, 2:00-3:00 p.m. Attendees will learn how to use Office 365, create folders, upload files, and share those files with people on and off campus. (OneDrive for Business and SharePoint will eventually replace GBShare.) Email Pat Theyerl (theyerlp@uwgb.edu) if you’re […]

Friday workshop: ‘OneDrive for Business’ 

Trainer Pat Theyerl of CIT is again offering a hands-on “OneDrive for Business” workshop this week Friday (Feb. 27) from 1 to 2 p.m. Attendees will learn how to use Office 365, create folders, upload files, and share those files with people on and off campus. (OneDrive for Business and SharePoint will eventually replace GBShare.) […]

Workshop: ‘OneDrive for Business’

Pat Theyerl of CIT will be offering a hands-on “OneDrive for Business” workshop next week, Wednesday (Feb. 18) from 3 to 4 p.m. Attendees will learn how to use Office 365, create folders, upload files, and share those files with people on and off campus. (OneDrive for Business and SharePoint will eventually replace GBShare.) Email […]

Warning on bogus email ‘warnings’

UW-Green Bay’s IT security officer and network manager David Kieper recently distributed an advisory warning campuswide about the recent spate of potentially dangerous email messages (spam, of course) advising users that their email storage is over capacity or their accounts are expiring. Kieper’s message is worth repeating here, for benefit of out off-campus Log readers. […]

Kieper discusses smart phone security with NBC 26

Our own Dave Kieper was featured Monday (May 20) in an NBC 26 news story examining the potential privacy pitfalls of smartphone use. With so many people now relying on smartphones for banking and other sensitive transactions, hackers increasingly are targeting the devices, the story says. “You have that phone and it’s unsecured, boom, very […]