While Kaltura has served us for a few years as our primary video capture and storage solution within Canvas, other services have since stood out from the crowd in the competitive video collaboration space, such as Panopto and other. After evaluating several solutions, it was found that Panopto provides closer integration to your Canvas courses, better recording tools, and even more ways to make your videos engaging with actionable content that can be graded and managed like any other assignment. The Panopto will replace Kaltura entirely at the end of Spring 2020.
Phishing attempts – those e-mail messages that try to lure you into revealing personal info like passwords and financial information – seem to get more clever by the day.
Over the past few years, SMU has worked to make people more aware of these phishing attempts by sending simulated phishing emails. Continue reading Phishing E-mail Simulations Coming Soon for Faculty
We recently told you about changes that have been in the works for Perceptive Content, the document imaging and storage solution also known as AdminImages. Starting November 22, the new web-based Perceptive Experience will replace the existing WebNow service within my.SMU. Continue reading Perceptive Content Experience Now Launching from my.SMU
If you are currently working towards a Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification and studying on your personal computer, make sure that Microsoft Office does not update automatically just yet!
Office 365, the Office subscription service provided to you by SMU, normally updates automatically on your computer. Since Office 2019 is now being introduced, some students have reported that after updates were applied their MOS practice exams in GMetrix no longer work! This is because the exam focuses on Office 2016 and is not compatible with newer versions.
Here’s how you can stop automatic updates so you can continue practicing for your Office 2016 exam: Continue reading Studying for MOS Certification? Don’t Update Office!
Several Universities have reported over the past few days that Duo no longer allows users to select the “Remember Me for 1 Day” option when using the Safari browser.
This issue has been reported to Duo and they are currently working on a fix for the problem. The root cause is most likely due to the most recent Safari update to version 10.14. Duo expects the fix to be implemented in the first week of December 2019. In the meantime, if you would like to have Duo remember your login for one day, you will need to use a different browser like Firefox or Google Chrome.
We’ll keep you notified on Twitter when this issue gets resolved!