December 10, 2019, by UNH IT Staff
This article is part two of a five-part series on Five Ways You Help Keep the University Secure. In this article, we discuss the importance of protecting your devices.
Protecting your devices is akin to securing your home. We have locks on the doors and windows. We may decide to take extra steps for protection like installing an alarm system, using doorbell cameras, and locking valuables up in a safe inside the house. When we aren't there, we lock the doors and windows to keep people...
February 28, 2017, by Martin England
Updated: April 8, 2019
Conference season is ripe. People from all over the university are attending various professional development opportunities across the country and beyond.
If there’s a common sentiment among conference attendees, it’s the fear of dwindling battery life on phones and tablets. At these events, every device is competing for wireless or cellular access at once, which drains batteries quickly. How am I supposed to tweet, email, or use the conference app without my phone? Sure...