The Harvard Phone Program Team has converted over 30% of 21,000 targeted University centrex phones to cloud-based Voice-over-Internet Protocol (VoIP) service. Since migrations began in May 2016, 118 Central Admin and School groups have been migrated onto the new service. Installation work has been mainly in Cambridge, Jamaica Plain and Allston but will expand shortly to Longwood Medical Area locations. The Program remains on track to complete all VoIP conversions for remaining Campus groups by second quarter FY 2019.
Academic Technology for FAS is now offering Omeka as a service for use in Harvard College and GSAS courses. Omeka is an open-source platform that allows you to create and share rich visual collections online, and to craft complex narratives from them. Read more.
The following message was sent today to members of the Harvard community. For additional information, visit the Harvard Information Security website at security.harvard.edu.
Dear Members of the Harvard Community,
You may have heard about the global ransomware cyber-attack ‘WannaCry’ that made the news Friday and over the weekend, affecting more than 200,000 computers in 150 countries. Ransomware is a type of malicious software that locks access to a device and its data, and demands money to release it.