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This article describes how to add the recommended confidentiality statement to your Outlook email signature. The target audience is faculty and staff.
This article will provide standards for conference room equipment standards. The target audience is for any faculty or staff member responsible for consulting with Educational Technology Services to plan the equipment needed for the conference room in their department or college.
This article will describe audio/video devices to be used with ISU's unified communications system.
This article will provide a resolution to the issue, PowerPoint presentation projecting black lines during the presentation. This article will provide other considerations and possible solutions when dealing with PowerPoint presentation aspect ratios.
This article describes how to connect to the wired network in residential facilities. The target audience is students, faculty, staff and guest.
Perceptive Content is the software that is used to store virtual copies of documents by various departments at Indiana State University. This article describes some ISU specific Perceptive Content operations and provides a link to the Office of Information Technology website for a set of detailed tutorials.
This article describes how to establish access to the Student Manager application. The target audience includes staff and Help Desk technicians.
This article will provide general information about Active Employee/ Student Search function in Banner.
Perceptive Content Apps is the replacement for ImageNow WebNow. Content Apps enables more flexibility by allowing access through any web browser because Java is no longer required as with WebNow. If transitioning from using WebNow, users will notice similarities between the products, or if a new user, the intuitive interface will allow for a quicker and easier learning curve than with WebNow.
This article will show how to update percent complete on a project task, using My Work.
This article will show you how to enter issues and risks in a project.
This article describes how to use the built in Project reports to check status of an individual project and the status of all the projects which you are either (1) a project manager, (2) alternative project management, or (3) a designated team member on a project.
This article describes how to use the built-in TeamDynmaix Project Issue reports.
This article provides instructions on how to separate email conversations into messages in the Outlook Web App for staff, faculty, and students