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Message from the CIO

The TTU community has seen a flurry of activity over the last few months – graduation, Red Raider Orientation, potential students’ campus visits and tours, and current students enjoying the campus grounds for study and socializing. We hope you are finding time to rest and revitalize, as well. We encourage you to also make time to review the information in this issue regarding the protection of TTU Information Resources and keeping your password secure, as these are critical responsibilities that all TTU students, faculty, and staff share. Additionally, we have provided information on the transition from Skype to Teams and the campus migration to Top Hat for Learning Engagement Tool. Stay safe and Go Tech!

Sam Segran
Vice President for IT and Chief Information Officer

IT Bulletin | Vol. 18 No. 8
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