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Critical Windows, Office, and Adobe patches
Microsoft has released critical patches for Windows and Office. Adobe has released critical patches for Flash Player, Reader, and Acrobat. Details
[New Service] New Procurement Application Released
As part of our ongoing efforts to improve our purchasing service, SCS Computing Facilities is pleased to announce the release of our new and improved Procurement Application on Monday 4 April, 2016 Details
[Security Notice] ACTION REQUIRED - Critical Linux security vulnerability
A critical, remotely-exploitable, vulnerability that affects most Linux hosts was announced on February 16, 2015. Hosts that are affected by this vulnerability MUST be patched and rebooted as soon as possible. Details
Quick note on phishing vigilance
In a nutshell: Be vigilant for phishing attacks. Details
[Service Update] Upcoming Improvements to SCS Web Authentication
As part of our ongoing commitment to providing a secure environment for the SCS community, SCS Computing Facilities is currently in the process of deploying WebAuth, an authentication system which will soon replace Pubcookie as the technology behind our WebISO login servers. Details
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Our introductory documentation has some information to help you get started, including the slides from the 2014 Introduction to SCS Computing talk
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