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Message from the CIO

As we navigate through this unprecedented time, the IT Division staff is working diligently in all areas to provide useful and beneficial support, advice, and information for the TTU community. We are aware that you may have concerns and questions, and we encourage you to contact us at askit.ttu.edu for support with solutions. You may also access resources at our remote access website, which contains information to help faculty, staff, and students continue learning, teaching, and working remotely using new and available technology tools, solutions, and software licenses at TTU and TTUS. Remember, we are here to support you and your needs as we weather this storm together. Stay safe and well!

Sam Segran
Chief Information Officer and Vice President for Information Technology

IT Bulletin | Vol. 16 No. 7
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