What's New in Pepperdine IT
Pepperdine’s IT Department and Microsoft have put a few features in place to help reduce the chances of unexpected restarts on your computer.
The Pepperdine community can impact the Pepperdine experience by completing the 2019 TechQual survey.
Digital scams can take many forms, including a harmless package that comes with cleverly designed discs designed to tempt you to insert them into your computer. Don't do it!
You are safer if you keep your computer and software up with the latest security patches and use a different password on every website. That is basic hygiene.
Tech Central provide crucial safety net as student's computer crashes.
The Waves of Flags installation is a tangible opportunity to engage with the global community as people from around Southern California and around the world come to Pepperdine to visit our tribute to the fallen.
Pepperdine University supports compliance with the European Union's General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and safeguarding the community's data.
Pepperdine's IT department is collaborating with the community in transitioning from Nolij to the university's new content management system, Etrieve.
Pepperdine's Information Technology division will be replacing your older Adobe Acrobat Pro XI software with the latest desktop version, Adobe Acrobat 2017.
University-owned Mac computers may have received pop-up messages from our Device Management system.