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Microsoft has released an urgent patch for Windows after discovering a critical bug in the operating system.
The Department of Information Technology has a few tips and tricks to keep your computer and your data in the best shape.
New security measures will block access to websites that have been identified as a source of malware.
The Department of Information Technology offers a managed print program to support the printing needs of the community.
Nine Big East Esports teams traveled to OS NYC in New York last week to compete in person for the title of Rocket League Champion in the Electronic Gaming Federation (EGF).
Construction is complete on a state-of-the-art computer lab and esports facility for competition in Big East play.
As part of the new security measure, users will receive an automated email each time a new or unrecognized device, browser, or application logs in to PirateNet.
Microsoft has announced Skype for Business will be retired and will no longer be supported, the replacement is Microsoft Teams.
The new guest WiFi network, SHU-Guest, is up and running for your guests. No password is required, just validate access with a text message.
Students, parents, and alumni put their great minds to work at Seton Hall Weekend to release the Pirate from the escape room.
Walk down technology memory lane as faculty and students discuss the history of technology at Seton Hall.
New Coronavirus-themed attack uses fake WHO chief emails
March 21, 2020