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Hillsboro Staff Transitions
Box Edit for Apple File Types
Boxer Mail Tip: Unsending Messages
Box/Google Problems Resolved
Restrictions for Symantec Endpoint Protection on June 1
Request Year End Purchases by April 25
Computers with Symantec Endpoint Protection Restricted After June 1
Delayed Responses on Senior Projects Day
New Appropriate Use Policy
Boxer Mail Tip: Make Mail Links Open Boxer Mail
Shared Google Drive Content Can Be Exposed
UIS Purchase Deadline is April 25
Google Ending Support for Less Secure Apps
UIS Project Request Changes
Welcome Mathew Flaherty to the UIS Team
Invoice Scams Go Beyond Email
Google Tip: Finding Emails For and By People
Zoom Recordings in the Cloud Expire After a Year.
Daily Message Limits May Affect Mail Merges
Out-of-Date Computers May Be Restricted
Beware of YouTube Community Guidelines Violations
Google Chat and Interface Changes Coming
Multi-Factor Authentication Change
Google Tip: Send Mail As
Services Portal Keeps Getting Better
Zoom Recordings Expiring After One Year
Read Receipts Being Enabled Jan. 11
Watch For Gift Card Scams
Google Tip: Find a Time to Meet
Creative Cloud Price Reduction
Customer Satisfaction Surveys
New Features in the BoxerOnline in February
Don't Forget To Check Your Spam Folder
Reporting Missing Request Types and Ticket Types on the Services Portal
Continuing Improvements to Boxer Wireless 
Dealing With the Log4j Vulnerability
Reaching Out for Missed Computer Updates
All technology purchased with Pacific University funds (including grant funds and research funds), or donated to the university, is deemed to be owned by the university as a whole, and not by any particular department or employee.
Unrestrained growth of university-owned computers strains UIS support resources, as well as lifecycle replacement budgets.
This article applies to technology (hardware or software) that is needed for work purposes at a location not supported by UIS (e.g. an employee's home) or on a computer not supported by UIS (e.g. on an employee's personally owned computer).
A brief description of which departments pay for various technology products.