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Make the return to campus safer and easier by automating manual tasks and bringing forms online.

Beginning Monday, June 22, ITSS will resume staffing for the Help Desk phone and will expand our computer service hours.

It is not too late to get assistance with preparing your Fall 2020 courses.

ITSS has rolled out a UMD Service Status webpage for all local ITSS-managed services, servers and applications.

When your devices have the latest updates it makes it harder for attackers to break into them.

4 steps can help secure your finances and credit if you are the victim of the latest scam.

The Accessible U website has been refreshed and a kick-off event is scheduled for July 23, 2020.

A new EDUCAUSE Center for Analysis and Research (ECAR) study finds that instructors can take steps to ensure that students with disabilities have equitable access.

Managed Windows computers (i.e. those on Active Directory) need to connect to the University's Windows license server at least every 180 days for an update.

Over the coming months, Microsoft Office and Adobe Acrobat Pro DC will be moving to a new licensing model.