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Tech Alert: Phone System Issues with Outgoing Calls

April 23, 2019

The phone system on campus is experiencing sporadic issues with outgoing calls.  If you hear an unusual ring tone or extraneous audio, hang up and try your call again.  Communications technicians are working on a resolution.

Tech Alert: Phishing Email Messages

February 1, 2019

Information Technology has received reports of bogus email messages sent from non-Cedarville email accounts posing as university Cabinet or staff members. The recent bogus messages have originated from gmail.com email accounts but are signed as members of the Cabinet or staff. These messages are indeed bogus and should not be replied to or forwarded... View Article

Tech ALERT: Emergency Server Maintenance Tonight from 9:00 PM to Midnight

October 16, 2017

Information Technology will perform emergency server maintenance tonight between the hours of 9:00 PM and 12:00 midnight EDT. The emergency maintenance is a proactive step to resolve a critical server issue. The following systems and services will be unavailable for approximately one hour during this time: Cedarville.edu web site CedarInfo Network drives J:, S:, and... View Article

Tech ALERT: Phone System Issues

September 12, 2017

We are experiencing phone system issues. Information Technology technicians are working on the problem. If your phone is not working properly, perform the steps below to reset your phone: Press the Menu button on the right side of the phone On the keypad, enter 318 The screen will prompt “Are... View Article

Tech ALERT: System Outages

August 23, 2017

We are experiencing system outages impacting multiple services across campus. Information Technology is actively working on resolving the issues. There is no ETA for restoration of service at this time.

Tech ALERT: Phishing Email Scam Update

August 23, 2017

The Spam email message referenced in yesterday’s Tech Alert is now being sent from cedarville.edu email addresses. The email message contains the Subject line: “CU policy infringement.” As was communicated yesterday, This is not a legitimate email and should be deleted immediately. DO NOT click on the link contained in the body of the message. If... View Article