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New Windows 10 updates available for MiWorkspace 

Beginning this month, faculty and staff with MiWorkspace Windows 10 computers may choose when to upgrade to newer versions of the operating system. Microsoft now requires major OS updates for Windows 10 every 12–18 months to receive security patches and bug fixes. The updates will be required for computers running Windows 10 versions that soon will be unsupported… Read More »

Chrome extension warns you of malicious websites

You know you need to check the URL before logging in, but wouldn’t it be great if your web browser did some of that checking for you? If you use Chrome and an extension from Information Assurance (IA), it can. The U-M Safe Computing Website Checker extension for Chrome warns you while you are using Chrome: When you… Read More »

MiWorkspace partners with HITS to meet increased network security standards

The MiWorkspace team at Information and Technology Services (ITS) worked with Health Information Technology & Services (HITS) to configure MiWorkspace computers to connect to the Michigan Medicine wired network. Michigan Medicine is increasing security for their wired networks by requiring trusted university devices contain a specific security protocol. MiWorkspace computers in the following units are now configured to… Read More »

Windows 10 now default for new MiWorkspace computers

After a successful soft launch of supporting Windows 10, the newest operating system is now the default for new and rebuilt MiWorkspace Windows computers. Windows 10 has improved performance, a new user interface, and enhanced security. During the soft launch phase between January and May, Neighborhood IT installed Windows 10 on 364 machines, about 20 percent more than… Read More »

MiWorkspace supports Windows 10

MiWorkspace will support Windows 10 on a limited number of computers starting now through April. Units that subscribe to MiWorkspace may identify a representative sample of faculty and staff to get Windows 10 early to identify concerns. In May, Windows 10 will be the default operating system for new and rebuilt Windows computers. Computers currently running Windows 7… Read More »