Cyber security is every Spartan’s responsibility. That is why MSU IT participates in National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) to help keep the MSU community informed about simple ways everyone can stay safe online. Learn cyber security best practices and tips through MSU IT’s blog and Twitter account. These tips can help you understand the simple, proactive measures you can take to protect your digital identity. Read Full Article →
We want you to start your fall semester at Michigan State University out right! Know the MSU technology resources available by following these seven tips.1. Secure your digital devices
Taking time to secure your digital devices (yes, even your smartwatch) is critical to ensuring your online safety.
The easiest step you can take is to password protect all of your devices and never leave your things unattended (including in the library). Read Full Article →
MSU IT is committed to providing the best and most secure technology we can to the MSU community.
We are currently making changes as we seek to improve the technology, specifically the collaborative tools, available to MSU. We have launched new tools we’d like to share with you.Spartan 365
MSU IT is now offering Spartan 365 tools to MSU faculty and staff. Read Full Article →
We know getting ready to attend Michigan State University can be overwhelming. That’s why we’ve outlined 3 questions to make sure your Spartan has the right devices and technology to help them succeed at MSU.
Welcome, Spartans! We are excited that you are starting your academic journey here at Michigan State University. The Academic Orientation Program (AOP) is an important step to get ready for the fall semester.
It’s our priority to ensure your experience goes smoothly, so we’ve outlined easy steps to get you and your tech devices ready for MSU! Read Full Article →
During the month of February, the MSU Computer Store will be collecting non-perishable food items and monetary donations for the MSU Student Food Bank. When you make a donation to the MSU Student Food Bank at the MSU Computer Store, you can register for a chance to win prizes, including an iTunes gift cards, gaming controllers, headphones, or an Apple TV.*
The MSU Student Food Bank is a student run organization that provides supplemental food and other necessities to MSU students and their families facing food insecurity. Read Full Article →
We know getting back to your studies and work can be tough, especially after a long holiday break. We also understand that it can be overwhelming to decide which tools make the most sense for your needs.
Check out these top seven tech tech resources to help your semester go smoothly. Read Full Article →
Cyber security continues to grow in importance, and we all play a role in today’s highly connected world of systems, information, and technology.
MSU Information Technology helps celebrate National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) by promoting safe computing tips via our Tech at MSU Twitter account and supporting the MSU Security Summit on October 11. Read Full Article →
Finding the information departments need to accept card payments at MSU has become easier with the launch of the new eCommerce at MSU website.
In a cross departmental effort, MSU IT and the Office of the Controller have consolidated the merchant Services and PCI Compliance webpage (formally located at www.ctlr.msu.edu/CreditCard/Default.aspx) and the CASHNet informational website (formally located at paymentsupport.ais.msu.edu) into one website ecommerce.msu.edu. Read Full Article →
MSU graduate students now have access to Microsoft Office Pro Plus software downloads at no cost as part of MSU’s licensing agreement.What is Office Pro Plus?
Office Pro Plus includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and OneNote. Each graduate student can download Office Pro Plus on up to five computers (Windows or Apple iOS), five tablets (Windows, Apple iOS, and/or Android), and five smart phones. Read Full Article →