Asana to End Internet Explorer Support April 1

Asana logoIt’s no April fools joke! Asana, the project/task management and collaboration platform, recently sent notification to customers announcing that the collaborative Asana web app will no longer be accessible using Internet Explorer after April 1, 2020. Continue reading Asana to End Internet Explorer Support April 1

Adobe License Expiring? Here’s the Fix!

A screenshot of the Adobe license error.Some folks on campus have reported receiving a notification that their Adobe software license is expiring. If you have received this notice, don’t fret! Our license with Adobe is still active and you can continue using Adobe products as before, but there is a new way to obtain the software and keep the license up-to-date. Continue reading Adobe License Expiring? Here’s the Fix!

Adobe Certified Associate Exams Now Available

Adobe Certified Associate logoFollowing the great success of our Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification program, we are very excited to announce that the program is expanding with the Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) certification to allow faculty, staff, and students to earn certifications for the Adobe Creative Cloud family of software. Continue reading Adobe Certified Associate Exams Now Available

New Snip & Sketch Tool Improves Screenshots in Windows 10

Snip & Sketch app iconWhether you’ve used Windows 10 for a while now or just recently upgraded, there are, of course, many changes and improvements with each feature update. One in particular that has stood out for me in my everyday work has been the new Snip & Sketch tool. Let me show you what’s new! Continue reading New Snip & Sketch Tool Improves Screenshots in Windows 10

Update Your Personal Computers and Devices Running Windows 7

No Windows 7We’ve mentioned multiple times that Windows 7 will reach its support end-of-life date on January 14, 2020, and we have been making progress on upgrading all of our PCs at SMU to Windows 10.

While that’s good for us on campus, what about our personal computers at home? For those devices, you’re on your own, but here are a few tips for you if you are still running Windows 7 at home and are ready to upgrade.

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