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Library Opening Arrangements, Spring Semester 2021

Happy New Year to all of our staff and students! The Library will operate on the following basis until further notice. Opening Hours from Thursday 7th January Monday-Friday 09.00-17.00* Saturday & Sunday 10.00-17.00 *the IT Service desk will be available 5-8pm remotely via information.centre@stir.ac.uk Accessing the Library Please see our Library homepage for updated information […]

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Introducing Safe Links

protecting you from malicious links in email In summary Safe Links is a Microsoft security feature that checks every link you click in an email for malicious content and blocks access if content is suspicious It changes the URL of the link briefly to direct it through the checking servers. Links are prefixed with https://eur03.safelinks.protection.outlook.com/ […]

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Library building re-opening plans

We are working to give you access to our lovely library again, following guidance from the University and the Scottish Government.  Cleaning and installation of protection for staff and students is currently underway.   From next week, W/C 20th July, we will introduce ‘Click and Collect’ – you will be able to make online requests for printed books and come and pick them up […]

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Get ready to migrate team data from box to SharePoint/Teams

Advice for Faculties, Service Areas on how to prepare  This article is also available as a file for download Background The cloud file storage service, Box, will be withdrawn during 2020 following significant changes to the licensing model.   The plan is to for Information Services (IS) to help users migrate team data into SharePoint and individual data (your own files) into OneDrive.  […]

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External email tagging

Phishing is a top cyber security threat to the University of Stirling.  Personally-identifiable information – the primary target of phishing attempts – which falls into the wrong hands can cause much financial and reputational damage to the University and its employees.  Phishing attacks are often launched by including malicious attachments or links in email.  When […]

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