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This month's update focuses on a range of new and updated Microsoft Teams features and the Bookings with me scheduling tool.
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IT Service have launched the Microsoft Learning Pathways portal which gives all University staff and students access to official and up-to-date Microsoft 365 training content.
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We recommend changing your password from the one generated by IT so that only you know it. We recommend using a few words meaningful to you, with a capital letter, special character and number. When setting your password, it will not let you change it if it is not secure. So make sure you have at least 8 characters, a number and a capital.
Remember to never give anyone your login details, even IT! We will never ask you for your password so be cautious of who you are talking to should you ever be asked.
Some other things to remember are:
Please refer to the University’s Information Security web page and the IT Regulations for further information.
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