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When Tech Fails, What's Your Plan B?

In this time of fires, pandemics, earthquakes and more, having a backup plan tailored to your professional needs is vital.

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Secure Remote Work and Study

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.

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Perseverance in the Time of the Pandemic

Wherever we land in the fall, the lesson we have already learned is that we can and will persevere.

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CIO’s Perspective on Zoom Security

Pepperdine's Chief Information Officer Jonathan See talks about privacy and security using Zoom, one of the university's two web-conferencing platforms.

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Internet Performance and Reliability

You may be able to improve your internet performance if the problem is caused by your home WiFi or ISP service.

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Pepperdine Adopts Zoom Video Conferencing Platform

On August 1, 2019, Pepperdine University will launch Zoom to the entire community.

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Vital Summer Security Preparation

This is the perfect time to enroll a second device in SecureConnect to protect your access to the Pepperdine network and all your data.

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Managing Windows Automatic Restarts

Pepperdine’s IT Department and Microsoft have put a few features in place to help reduce the chances of unexpected restarts on your computer.

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Help Create a Better Pepperdine Experience

The Pepperdine community can impact the Pepperdine experience by completing the 2019 TechQual survey.

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Scammers Try Using Suspicious "Records" to Steal Identities

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!