Emory Law School has seen a major upgrade in the last few weeks with the voicemail system with the move to Modular Messaging system from Meridian. One of the major new features is the ability to receive your voicemail in your inbox with an attached audio file of the message. You will also have the . . . → Read More: Information regarding Modular Messaging
This walks faculty and staff through the process of purchasing work at home software. Note that this is ONLY available to Emory faculty and staff. Emory students should visit http://www.ultimatesteal.com for discounted pricing on Microsoft Office for students.
Visit https://software.emory.edu/workathome/ Click the link to login to Work at Home Software
Login screen . . . → Read More: Purchasing Work at Home Software
It’s clear that smartphones have quickly become a staple in modern tech-savvy life. Having ready access to internet, email, and documents is a value among the multi-taskers among us. But with that convenience comes a risk in losing our phones, and thus compromising our data.
Below is a list of ways for you to track, . . . → Read More: When smartphones become lostphones
Lifehacker posted a great video by a percussionist showing some stretches for the wrist. These stretches would be a great part of your daily office routine.
Exercises That Protect Against Carpal Tunnel Syndrome [Lifehacker]
This is for faculty and staff only as they are the only ones with Exchange accounts. We get a lot of questions about Exchange (the University mail server) and Outlook (the standard desktop email client). We also get quite a few questions about the Exchange Archiving System. University Technology Services, the University division that provides . . . → Read More: UTS videos about Emory’s Exchange/Archiving Environment