Congratulations class of 2022! Be sure to download or transfer accounts or any work associated with your Swarthmore email before accounts are disabled on June 30th. This step-by-step guide will help you prepare for graduation. It covers: How to back … Continue reading Preparing For Graduation
Phishing is one way that unsavory people on the internet can scam others. Phishing emails are generally created to look like they have either come from people or organizations you know, or to try and present themselves as legitimate organizations. … Continue reading Protecting Yourself From Phishing
The October 14, 2020 edition of the New Yorker has a thought provoking piece by John Seabrook called “The Next Word.” Seabrook begins the article with Gmail’s Smart Compose feature, which suggests phrases while you are typing a sentence. If you … Continue reading AI, Gmail’s Smart Compose, and the end of writers?
Some of you may have noticed a recent change within your Gmail account. There now exists integration for other Google services within your Gmail client! Just click on the Show side panel action button in the lower right portion of … Continue reading Supercharge your workflow with Gmail
Information Technology Services staff are in the office throughout the regular work day at Swarthmore and usually a bit beyond. And we love to talk with and help out members of the community with technology related questions. However you can … Continue reading Getting help when YOU need it!
This post outlines two small and easy changes and one bigger change that can make your communication more inclusive. These three changes add up to make … Continue reading Commit to Being More Inclusive with Three Changes