IT News – August 2018

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July 9: Outlook Email Change
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Beginning July 9, when you compose or reply to an Outlook email and at least one of the recipients is not a part of WashU or BJC, you will see a notification at the top of your email. The notification will inform you there are recipient(s) that are outside of your “organization.” This notification is to confirm that you intend to send to email addresses outside of WashU or BJC. You may send your email as usual or delete any unintended email addresses.


July 23: CCOW (Caradigm) Retirement
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Due to the decommissioning of this software, WashU It will be removing CCOW (Caradigm) from all supported computers and virtual environments. This will take place during the standard maintenance window the night of Monday, July 23.

Users will continue to have read access to Allscripts and CD2, however, these two applications will not sync with each other.

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Office 2016 Login Changing to WUSTL Key

On June 26, the login experience for users of Office 2016 on a PC changed. At the next password change or new login to any installed Office 2016 app, Microsoft Office 2016 applications will display the Washington University WUSTL Key login page instead of the normal Windows username/password screen. This …

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IT News – June 2018

May 30, 2018: Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) Change WashU 2FA, provided by Duo, will expand to other WashU integrated systems that can be accessed on or off campus. This service is expanding in the effort to reduce the impact of phishing campaigns. The expansion will soon extend the two-factor authentication remote access requirement to most …

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IT News – April 2018

Mark Your Calendar! Join us on April 12 (3:00 – 4:30) for the Spring 2018 Technology Town Hall. WashU IT leadership will provide updates on the technology that helps drive the strategic priorities of our university. Agenda topics will be announced soon. Available Exclusively Online. This event is open to …