While we carry out work to improve our internet service, there will be a brief loss of wired network connection in student residences on Monday 18 September, and a temporary loss of WiFi across campus on Wednesday 20 September. Internet access will still be available through ResNet WiFi on 18th and via the wired network on 20th.
While maintenance work takes place, students and staff will have limited access to records and tools. Find out more.
Start.Warwick is to be discontinued on 2 October 2017
Start.Warwick <http://start.warwick.ac.uk/> is to be discontinued on 2 October 2017. This is primarily because the new My Warwick mobile application replaces Start and will be launched in early September 2017. This change will enable us to remove legacy unsupported software.
Users visiting Start.Warwick after it's been withdrawn will see a web page which contains a description of the My Warwick app and useful links for example Student Records Online.
The new My Warwick mobile app for students is a system to bring together in one place information from many University systems. For those who would like to know more, screenshots and more information on the My Warwick app are available on the support pages.
Westwood telephone system unavailable 24 Aug 7.30-9pm
Telephones in the following buildings on Westwood campus will be out of service between 7.30-9pm on Thursday 24 August while work is carried out: Tennis Centre (Games Hall), Education (incl. Avon), CLL, Institute of Education, Porters and Post room, Student Residences, Multimedia Centre, EMB, Warwick Print, Willow Lodge ( WGA Fund Lines).
We have recently renewed Warwick's Minitab site licence and the previous version will expire on 31 July. If you use Minitab on a managed desktop computer, IT Service will update this automatically. However, if you use an unmanaged or personal computer, you will need to update the licence yourself. You can find full instructions here.
A new ransomware outbreak, similar to the attack that crippled the NHS last month, is currently targeting organisations around the world. Your data – and data on other computers and devices you have permissions on - is at risk.