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Message from the CIO

As many conduct various spring cleaning efforts, we remind you to include organizing and "cleaning up" your digital assets as a part of that activity. Spring cleaning presents an ideal opportunity for the TTU community to minimize digital clutter and securely dispose of paper records containing confidential or sensitive institutional information that are no longer needed (See OP 10.10: Records Retention). To assist with this task, we provide information on storage management and optimizing shared University resources. Our Spring Cleaning Bulletin also offers guidance on maintaining a clean computer in the challenging West Texas climate, as well as cleaning and sanitizing mobile devices. Also included is a reminder to review your social media presence as part of your digital spring cleaning. Finally, to help ensure that our digital assets are in order, we provide information about proper licensing for all software installed on University-owned devices. As a quick reminder, Microsoft announced a critical vulnerability in Outlook, so be sure to update your devices, if you have not already. Go Tech!

Sam Segran
Vice President for IT and Chief Information Officer

IT Bulletin | Vol. 19 No. 7
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