Archive for the ‘Computing Services’ Category

Introduction to Windows 10: Wed 17 May

This course is available to staff and postgraduates who would like to learn more about using Windows 10

IT maintenance affects email & other services: Tue 9 May

Apologies for any inconvenience.

Learn more about Microsoft OneNote: Mon 8 May

Microsoft OneNote can be used for free-form information gathering and multi-user collaboration as well as being able to gather notes, drawings, screen clippings, and audio commentaries and share them with other users of OneNote over the Internet.

Choosing your software for next academic year

This new consultancy will ensure students and staff have the right software.

Windows 10 launched for all staff

Staff, please put in a request to Computing Services if you'd like Windows 10 on your work PC

Visit new IT Training suite in 6 West: Fri 5 May

Computing Services are holding an open event for staff between 1pm and 3pm.

Improve your skills - Formatting in Word: Thu 13 Apr

Free course for staff

Learn how to use media in PowerPoint: Fri 31 Mar

Free course for staff

IT maintenance affects Mech Eng research storage: Tue 7-9am

Research Storage for Mechanical Engineering will be unavailable due to an upgrade.

Twitter Counter hack advice and response

Learn how to do mail merges in Word: Fri 23 Mar

Free IT training course open to all staff.

Phishing attempt: Email regarding payroll

Struggling with Excel? Help is here! Fri 17 Mar

Feel free to bring questions about spreadsheets you're working on

Making your office moves easier

Moving locations can be stressful so Computing Services have introduced an 'Office Move Request' form to the IT Help portal to make one element of the process more straightforward.

The customer can have what they can afford

Latest blog from Julian Buchanunn, Computing Services.

Julian Buchanunn asks: Is the customer always right?

Phishing attempt: Email from HR about a pay rise

Skype for Business: communications within applications

Skype for Business gives you a range of fantastic new communication and collaboration tools that can be used from directly inside your BSS-developed applications such as BSS Boards, Central Contracts Repository (CCR), CAROL, TRAD and C-MIS.

Who are your customers?

Julian Buchanunn, Computing Services, asks some interesting questions about who our customers are and what customer service means.

Need to improve your Excel skills?

Lots of opportunities for staff to learn more about Excel spreadsheets.