AppsAnywhere is an on-demand software platform that allows users to access S&T provided software packages from any computer running Windows 10. Nearly 4,300 users and 2,000 devices at S&T use this service.
There are many benefits to using AppsAnywhere. We highlighted the top 3 for you:
Get started with AppsAnywhere by logging into the online client. Once you’re logged in, you can download the AppsAnywhere launcher and begin downloading available software.
BONUS: After you launch the software from AppsAnywhere for the first time, you can then launch it from the windows start menu.
For complete instructions on how to connect and log in to AppsAnywhere, visit https://it.mst.edu/services/appsanywhere/.
If you’re a member of S&T staff or faculty, you’ve already been introduced to Percipio, the online learning tool that UMSystem uses to provide legal compliance training in the workplace. Percipio offers much more than compliance training. As a staff or faculty member, you also have access to training resources in other areas, including leadership, software applications and professional effectiveness. Check out the video below and visit the MyLearn page on the S&T website to learn more about how you can use Percipio to enhance your professional skills in the areas of Technical Skills Enhancement, Leadership and Safety Training.
Do you ever travel by plane, stay in a hotel, or eat out? Have you ever used Guest Wi-Fi at any of those places? Before you decide to join a public Wi-Fi network, it’s always a good idea to find out if you have the option to join a secure network (password protected) as opposed to an unsecured network (no login required). Regardless of the type of network available, you should always use caution before you connect!
If you do choose to join a public Wi-Fi network, there are several things you can do to protect your privacy and reduce security risks to the personal information stored on your laptops, tablets and smartphones.
Use a Virtual Private Network to connect to public Wi-Fi.
Other precautions you can take are:
Sources for information in this article are from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and Norton websites:
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