Cybercriminals have become smarter and more dangerous. We, in turn, must become smarter and more vigilant.
Augusta University's Division of Information Technology has extended the wireless internet range for students, faculty and staff.
On Oct. 1, August University will decommission Mimecast, a cloud cybersecurity service for archiving AU emails, and will begin using Microsoft Exchange Online Archiving Services. The Microsoft service offers users archiving capabilities with the...
Dr. Konstantin "Costas" Busch and Dr. Jason Williams are joining the faculty of the School of Computer and Cyber Sciences in the fall 2020 semester.
Artemas Jones helps faculty, students and staff learn and use instructional technology.
According to the University of System of Georgia, there has been a 700 percent increase in COVID related spear-phishing emails.
In this new series, Jagwire will be featuring people from around Augusta University and AU Health who keep JagNation running.
Cybersecurity awareness training is a critical tool in the University System of Georgia’s efforts to keep our information safe and secure.
To meet the growing needs of Augusta University’s faculty, staff and students, the Division of Information Technology has created an additional support resource.
While working from home is highly desirable during the current COVID-19 pandemic, we must remain vigilant in the security of our systems and data.
IT offers tips to protect data and privacy at Augusta University while working remotely.
View a slideshow of performers at the Augusta University Arts Council's Noon Arts program, held Wednesday, Feb. 12.
The Center for Patients and Families recognized Augusta University faculty and staff who demonstrated patient and family centered care at the 13th annual Patient- and Family-Centered Care Conference Jan. 29-30.
Augusta University’s Arts Council is ready to showcase all the talent on campus when the Noon Arts concert series returns.
Mallary Myers, a national leader in clinical innovation, has been named vice president/chief innovation officer for Augusta University Health, effective Jan. 3.
Multifactor authentication is important because your password can now be hacked fairly easily, but it is much more difficult for someone to access your mobile device.
Augusta University’s Arts Council hosted its second Noon Arts concert of the semester on Wednesday, Nov. 13.
October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month. The Division of Information Technology is here to share ways to keep both AU and you cyber safe.
Augusta University Health ranks among the top in the nation for protecting health information.
Many of us remain in awe of IT professionals and their magical powers to “fix the Internet” or retrieve lost emails. We live in the most digital and computerized age ever and we have IT professionals to thank for that.