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Marshall University Information Technology (MUIT) is excited to announce that the university has transitioned from AppsAnywhere to Cameyo as our new platform for accessing university software remotely and on personally owned devices. This change will take effect on March 1st, 2024, and we are confident that it will provide a more efficient and user-friendly experience

Marshall University Information Technology (MUIT) continues to gather more information from National Student Clearinghouse (NSC) and TIAA regarding a recent security breach involving the MOVEit Transfer tool and the effect of that breach on our community. We have been notified by two of the College’s service providers, National Student Clearinghouse (NSC) and Teachers Insurance and

Dear University Community, As we continue to explore and leverage the power of language model AI (ChatGPT, Bard, BingAI) within our academic environment, it is essential to maintain a strong commitment to safeguarding our data and ensuring the privacy of our community members. We are writing to remind everyone about the importance of not sharing

Microsoft announced for May 2023, the default notification method for Microsoft Authenticator App will change from a push Approve/Decline model to a number matching model. Designed to reduce bad actor MFA fatigue attacks on end users, the number matching system cannot be abused like its predecessor.  On Monday, May 1st, 2023, Marshall University Information Technology will push

Unfortunately, due to lack of faculty, staff, and student usage of this service, Marshall University will be discontinuing the Grammarly subscription by May 31, 2023. As an alternative solution, MU IT encourages the use of Microsoft Editor included in your university provided O365 services (Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, etc.). Microsoft Editor has been significantly enhanced

As of June 30, 2023, the university-wide subscription to LinkedIn Learning will be ending. While it is a great resource for skills training, learning, and professional development, usage of LinkedIn Learning by the university community has been very low. If you are interested in continuing your LinkedIn Learning subscription, you can purchase an individual or

On Saturday, December 17th Marshall University Information Technology will be testing our disaster recovery plan to ensure our ability to continue to work in the case of a catastrophic failure.  Testing will begin at 7:00 a.m. The only services available during the testing will be:  Banner, Internet (including 0365), and WiFi services.  The test is

Below includes the job description, education requirements, and experience requirements for the following positions: IT Infrastructure Engineer IT Infrastructure Engineer Job Description IT Infrastructure Team is looking for a network engineer to design, implement, maintain, and support MU’s growing network infrastructure. The successful candidate will be part of the network infrastructure team that is responsible

Access to the campus-licensed versions of the IBM/SPSS statistical software is currently unavailable due an issue with software licensing. Marshall IT is working with the vendor to expedite the delivery of the updated software license keys. This issue is expected to be resolved by mid-week (7/13/2022). If you have an on-campus computer or use SPSS

Notice to all students, faculty, and staff who use Campus Cable TV Services Until power services are available in Smith Hall, Campus Cable TV Services will be unavailable.  This includes residence halls, academic buildings, athletic facilities, Marshall Medical Campus, Project HOPE, PROACT, Fairfield Landing and any location on the campus cable tv system.