As you have probably heard, security researchers this week discovered a serious security flaw in OpenSSL*, a popular data encryption standard that is utilized by an estimated two-thirds of the web servers on the Internet. This vulnerability gives hackers the ability to read confidential data from the services that we use every day and assume are mostly secure.
Pre-Check will determine if your hardware and operating system are acceptable for your Mobile Computing program and will confirm if you will be able to download the academic software required for your program from the Sheridan network.
The deployment of new Lexmark printers to administrative and faculty offices has been completed. Find out how to order supplies and maintenance for the new printer(s) in your office and how to return old toner and supplies for the legacy Xerox machines.
Over the past few days, a number of Sheridan users have reported that email they have sent to outside organizations or individuals is being returned. Unfortunately, this was occurring because Sheridan's email domain had been blacklisted by a number of internet spam tracking services. Currently, Sheridan's email domain has been removed from the blacklists.
Sheridan’s license agreement with Skillsoft (aka Skillport) for their online training modules will be ending on May 31, 2014. Access to Books 24x7, previously available through Skillsoft, will continue to be available through Sheridan Library’s web site.