Adobe Creative Cloud is ending their temporary at-home access for their desktop apps on Monday, July 6, 2020.
Adobe Creative Cloud is ending their temporary at-home access for their desktop apps on Monday, July 6, 2020. Prior to this date, save any work located in these apps that you want to keep to your SHSU OneDrive or other preferred storage device, such as a hard drive or flash drive.
Students who are enrolled or registered for a class that requires Adobe Creative Cloud, such as art or mass communications, will still have access for the course.
Due to required maintenance, a SHSU network outage will occur from Saturday, August 8, 2020 at 7:00 p.m. to Sunday, August 9 at 7:00 a.m.
During this time, all campus technology including computers, phones, software and services (i.e. Banner, email, Blackboard, Zoom, etc.) will be unavailable at ALL SHSU locations. All software and services will still be accessible off campus via your personal computer or cell phone.
NOTE: If you are on-campus during this time, use your cell phone to contact 9-1-1 in the event of an emergency.
For questions or concerns regarding this outage, contact the IT@Sam Service Desk at 936-294-1950.
IT@Sam Service Desk Academic Building I, Room 145 Sam Houston State University ServiceDesk@shsu.edu (936) 294-1950
Zoom announced today a new requirement that all meetings have a Passcode (formerly Password) or a Waiting Room enabled beginning July 19, 2020. These new security measures give you added control over your meeting experience.
So what do you need to do? Nothing.
On July 19th, Zoom will automatically enable a Waiting Room for those meetings that do not have a Passcode or Waiting Room enabled.
Zoom 5.0 dropped April 27 for desktop computers. Android and iOS device updates are expected today.
This new version added several security updates including support for GCM Encryption that will be enabled on all Zoom meetings beginning May 30. In addition, all security controls are now grouped together in a new Security icon in the host’s meeting menu bar.
To avoid delay when you need to join that important meeting, be sure to update your Zoom software BEFORE May 30.
Updating is easy and should take less than 5 minutes. Take a look at the below instructions to get your update at a time that is convenient for you!
To update your client:
Click on your profile in the top, right-hand corner of the app.