Cedarville’s Marketing and Communications launched a new, refreshed Cedarville University website. The organizational hierarchy remains intact — all the pages you visit most frequently are still in the same places, and all your bookmarks will still work. Here’s a summary of the new changes you will see: The majority of... View Article
Microsoft Teams will be Cedarville University’s standard video conferencing and team collaboration platform, effective Tuesday, April 5. Zoom usage via Cedarville University Zoom Pro licenses will no longer be available following that date. Frequently Asked Questions: Q: What will happen to my Zoom Pro license on April 5? A: All... View Article
Next Monday, March 7, Information Technology department personnel will be replacing critical equipment in the University’s primary data center. This work will begin at 8 p.m. and should be completed by midnight. Although we are taking steps to minimize downtime, we do anticipate two brief 2-4-minute outages for the phone... View Article
So you’ve learned how to save your files to OneDrive, and you vaguely remember something called SharePoint. Now Microsoft Teams comes along. It can be confusing. IT wants to help you understand how Teams can combine these technologies to help you better communicate to faculty, staff, and students via meetings... View Article
On Wednesday, February 2, Web Services and IT will facilitate a change in how people log in to Canvas. With the addition of CUEnrich as a continuing education platform for Cedarville, a new login page will allow users to choose if they are faculty, staff, student, or a CUEnrich user.... View Article
Cyber Security Event: The True Cost of Ransomware Companies are getting hit with ransomware and paying large ransoms to regain access to their information. Learn about the true cost of ransomware on Thursday, Oct. 7 at 5:00 PM in ENS 245. Refreshments will be provided! The Center for the... View Article
Google has shipped an urgent Chrome update to address a zero-day vulnerability that has been actively exploited in attacks. The security hole can allow attackers to potentially view, change, or delete your data. Google recommends updating your Chrome Browser as soon as possible. For additional details, go to https://www.securityweek.com/chrome-94-update-patches-actively-exploited-zero-day-vulnerability.
On September 23, the security certificate that secures authentication to the eduroam WiFi network will be renewed. This is a process that happens every two years when the current certificate expires. What this means for your eduroam-connected devices… Android Devices: No action needed. Your connection to eduroam will continue to work without any disruption.... View Article
On Thursday, September 23, the security certificate that secures authentication to the eduroam WiFi network will be renewed. This is a process that happens every two years when the current certificate expires. What this means for your eduroam-connected devices… Android Devices: Your connection to eduroam will continue to work without any disruption. No action needed. ... View Article
Information Technology is updating the Cedarville University sign-in page to include a campus photo as the background in order to improve the branding of the page. The new Cedarville sign-in page is shown below. It will go into effect on Thursday, Sept. 16, 2021.