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Get it together with shared calendars

One of the nice features we have with Microsoft Office365 is the capability to create shared calendars for collaborative purposes.  With shared calendars you can share scheduling information with your colleagues, including meetings, vacations, and other key dates/times.

Shared calendars work just like your personal calendar in Outlook and can be displayed alongside it for […]

By |February 27th, 2014|Tech Tips and Tricks, TigerTech|Comments Off

It’s Budget Time Again

If you’re in charge of your own budget, the portal has some tools to make your life a little easier!

The first tool is called “Budget Query”, and it is available on the Budget Query portal page under the Finances tab. Clicking the “Show Budget” link  allows you to drill-down and see Budgeted Amounts, Encumbered […]

By |February 20th, 2014|Tech Tips and Tricks, TigerTech|Comments Off

When we get back…

When we return from our long holiday break, ITS will be hitting the ground running with some Office365 and Moodle upgrades to make your computing experience even better!
Office365 plan upgrades
We will be expanding our Office365 services to include enhanced SkyDrive and Office app capabilities.  You will now have access to web-based Office apps such […]

By |January 2nd, 2014|TigerTech, TigerTech Alerts|Comments Off

Stay Safe with Emergency Notifications

Don’t let bad weather stop you in your tracks! With the college’s emergency notification system, emergency text notifications are just a few easy clicks away.  These text messages keep you informed of events as they develop and let you know when the situation is resolved.  Snow, fire, flood… You name it, these notifications will […]

By |December 5th, 2013|Tech Tips and Tricks, TigerTech|Comments Off

The internet’s down… Now what?

Although internet service disruptions at Georgetown College are few and far-between, Wednesday’s extended outage reminds us that the possibility is always with us.  Although this particular outage was caused by administrative problems at the third-party Internet Service Provider (ISP) and was totally outside the control of the ITS department, we’ve prepared some tips to […]

By |October 31st, 2013|Tech Tips and Tricks, TigerTech|Comments Off