The Division of IT is exploring new ways to access the information and instructions you need to get the services you want, anytime you want them.
The Division of Information Technology will have in-person tech support available to assist incoming students living on campus (unless noted) with their technology needs at the following times and
Being a victim of identity theft can cause irreparable damage to your finances and your personal reputation.
Online banking, it’s convenient as it is risky. With the power to do most banking transactions right from our digital device, it’s critical to protect our personal information.
Do you have a “virtual junk drawer?” A smartphone full of apps you haven’t opened in months or emails you no longer need?
Your data is important to us! When essays are due or when finals come around, we want to make sure your projects and files are safely backed up, plus easily accessible and shareable.
We live in a digital age where once you post something online, it never goes away and every post comes with a risk.
Is your digital footprint leaving a path that cyber hackers can easily follow?
It’s summer and whether you’re relaxing at the beach, traveling abroad or simply enjoying your time at home, it’s likely your mobile device will be your closest companion.
Lynda.com is a no cost training platform available to the George Washington University community. Lynda.com has thousands of video tutorials and they are adding more every week.