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Technology HelpDesk

The Technology HelpDesk is a service of Information Resources and Technology (IRT). To contact the Technology HelpDesk, please call (309) 677-2964 or visit us in the Cullom-Davis Library. See menu items at left or scroll down on this page for more useful technology information.

Phishing Alert (6/30/15)

A phishing email is being circulated that states:

Dear Email User,
Your mailbox have exceed 3.5 MB set by the administrator, you will not be able to send or receive mail except you re-validates your account by clicking on VALIDATE YOUR ACCOUNT NOW and complete the required details and click on submit button.
Note: Failure to comply may result to lose of your Webmail account within 24 hours.
Webmail System Administrator.

Do not click on the link included in the email. Please delete the email immediately.

Phishing Alert (6/25/15)

A phishing email is being distributed that claims "Your password will expire in two days time, kindly click on the SERVICE-HELPDESK to update your old password and automatically upgrade to the latest e-mail Outlook Web Apps 2015.
If the password is not updated today, your account will be suspended in less than 12 hours
NOTE: Your log in will time out after 60 minutes. Your responses will be lost if you do not click on the "secure" button before 60 minutes lapses. There is no prompt when your 60 minute session has expired. Please save extensive comments periodically and check your time.". The email includes a link to update your password. DO NOT CLICK ON THE LINK.

New Students

New to Bradley and need to know what to do prior to orientation, prior and after move in, or things to be aware of? Check out the New Students section on the Technology HelpDesk web site here for help.

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Secure your devices and protect vital data and information.

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Expand your knowledge on some of the most widely used applications with online tutorials.

Protect Data On Your Mobile Devices

With the rise in use of mobile devices like smartphones and tablet computers, it's becoming increasingly important to take measures to protect the data stored on and accessed from the device. Here are some tips on how to secure your data in the event your device has been lost or stolen.

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