All University wireless networks (including hotspot-secure, resnet-secure, eduroam and Warwick Guest) will be unavailable between 7am and 7:15am on Tuesday 7 March while we carry out some maintenance work. We’ve scheduled this work well outside of normal working hours to minimise disruption.
SiteBuilder maintenance morning of 28 February 2017
SiteBuilder will be in maintenance mode (read-only) on Tuesday 28 February 2017 from 10 am until approximately 12 noon. During this time it won't be possible to:
After the maintenance period, you'll see that SiteBuilder's edit section has an updated look and feel, as described in our previous post.
If you expect this to cause you any problems, please contact webteam at warwick dot ac dot uk or telephone 74000.
Do you manage any systems that interact with Warwick’s mail relays? If so, this message is of direct relevance to you – please read it and get touch if you need to. If not, you don’t need to worry about this.
All University Kaspersky anti-virus site licences will expire on Friday 3 March 2017 and need to be updated before then to keep your computer safe.
The latest issue of our online magazine, IT at Warwick, is now available to read. This issue covers our new search system, recent additions to our self-service catalogue, information about the Student Personalised Information programme and more.
What is Exceed?
Exceed is PC X-server software that allows access to X- Window applications running on both Unix and Linux systems. It is currently available from the IT Services Managed Windows 7 Desktop and also as a download from ITS for unmanaged machines. The site licence will be cancelled on the 31 January 2017.
Based on user research we've conducted with staff and students in 2016, we're changing the way we display results in Warwick Search. We hope that this will improve performance, and increase the quality and relevance of search results. We will continue to refine Search in early 2017.
You may notice:
From January 2017 our email system will start flagging up emails that contain payment card information to help reduce the risk of cyber crime.