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The fall semester is upon us, complete with cooler weather, holiday festivities, and a rapidly approaching conclusion to the academic terms. In preparation for the holiday season, we offer online shopping tips to help you protect your confidential information. For the many of us impacted by the massive Equifax data breach in 2017, we are including a reprint of a Federal Trade Commission article (September, 2019) outlining victim restitution options. To protect institutional data and information resources, please review the solutions for online data storage available to the TTU campus community. Remember that we are all responsible for protecting institutional and personal information. Lastly, we are requesting campus feedback on our TTUnet WiFi services, as we have done before. We highly value your input and will continue to incorporate the feedback, as we work to continuously enhance TTUnet WiFi services. We hope you enjoy the fall season, exercise caution, and remember to think before you click!

Sam Segran
Chief Information Officer and Vice President for Information Technology

IT Bulletin | Vol. 16 No. 4
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