What's New in Pepperdine IT
In this time of fires, pandemics, earthquakes and more, having a backup plan tailored to your professional needs is vital.
In making the necessary adjustments to transition from in-person work and study to functioning remotely, here are some essential things to consider to keep you safe.
Wherever we land in the fall, the lesson we have already learned is that we can and will persevere.
Pepperdine's Chief Information Officer Jonathan See talks about privacy and security using Zoom, one of the university's two web-conferencing platforms.
You may be able to improve your internet performance if the problem is caused by your home WiFi or ISP service.
On August 1, 2019, Pepperdine University will launch Zoom to the entire community.
This is the perfect time to enroll a second device in SecureConnect to protect your access to the Pepperdine network and all your data.
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!