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Campus systems migrating to Windows 10 over summer

Over the past year, Technology Support Services has afforded the opportunity for faculty and staff to upgrade their systems to Windows 10. Now, during the summer quarter and through summer break, Technology Support Services will be migrating all Windows 7 and 8 systems to Windows 10. The majority of this will be completed during the evening and weekend time periods to minimize any disruption to normal operations. By start of fall quarter, all systems on campus will be Windows 10.

TSS strongly encourages everyone to upgrade their office computers at their earliest possible convenience. There is still time to complete this process on your own schedule. Before you depart for the day, open Software Center and choose the option “Windows 10 1703 upgrade” and complete the few clicks to start the process. The next morning your system will be running Windows 10. You will no longer have to worry about the assistive migration process during the summer periods. While you are at it, go ahead and upgrade to Office 2016 afterward.

Should you have any questions, comments or concerns, or simply wish a little assistance getting started, please let TSS know and we will be more than happy to assist.

Campus systems migrating to Windows 10 over summer

Over the past year, Technology Support Services has afforded the opportunity for faculty and staff to upgrade their systems to Windows 10. Now, during the summer quarter and through summer break, Technology Support Services will be migrating all Windows 7 and 8 systems to Windows 10. The majority of this will be completed during the evening and weekend time periods to minimize any disruption to normal operations. By start of fall quarter, all systems on campus will be Windows 10.

TSS strongly encourages everyone to upgrade their office computers at their earliest possible convenience. There is still time to complete this process on your own schedule. Before you depart for the day, open Software Center and choose the option “Windows 10 1703 upgrade” and complete the few clicks to start the process. The next morning your system will be running Windows 10. You will no longer have to worry about the assistive migration process during the summer periods. While you are at it, go ahead and upgrade to Office 2016 afterward.

Should you have any questions, comments or concerns, or simply wish a little assistance getting started, please let TSS know and we will be more than happy to assist.

Campus systems migrating to Windows 10 over summer

Over the past year, Technology Support Services has afforded the opportunity for faculty and staff to upgrade their systems to Windows 10. Now, during the summer quarter and through summer break, Technology Support Services will be migrating all Windows 7 and 8 systems to Windows 10. The majority of this will be completed during the evening and weekend time periods to minimize any disruption to normal operations. By start of fall quarter, all systems on campus will be Windows 10.

TSS strongly encourages everyone to upgrade their office computers at their earliest possible convenience. There is still time to complete this process on your own schedule. Before you depart for the day, open Software Center and choose the option “Windows 10 1703 upgrade” and complete the few clicks to start the process. The next morning your system will be running Windows 10. You will no longer have to worry about the assistive migration process during the summer periods. While you are at it, go ahead and upgrade to Office 2016 afterward.

Should you have any questions, comments or concerns, or simply wish a little assistance getting started, please let TSS know and we will be more than happy to assist.

Campus systems migrating to Windows 10 over summer

Over the past year, Technology Support Services has afforded the opportunity for faculty and staff to upgrade their systems to Windows 10. Now, during the summer quarter and through summer break, Technology Support Services will be migrating all Windows 7 and 8 systems to Windows 10. The majority of this will be completed during the evening and weekend time periods to minimize any disruption to normal operations. By start of fall quarter, all systems on campus will be Windows 10.

TSS strongly encourages everyone to upgrade their office computers at their earliest possible convenience. There is still time to complete this process on your own schedule. Before you depart for the day, open Software Center and choose the option “Windows 10 1703 upgrade” and complete the few clicks to start the process. The next morning your system will be running Windows 10. You will no longer have to worry about the assistive migration process during the summer periods. While you are at it, go ahead and upgrade to Office 2016 afterward.

Should you have any questions, comments or concerns, or simply wish a little assistance getting started, please let TSS know and we will be more than happy to assist.

 

New Shoreline Password Reset Website

You can now reset your own employee Shoreline password used for computers, email, and many Shoreline web sites. Go to:

https://app.shoreline.edu/employee-password-reset/
pw reset

    • You will need your Employee SID and PIN, which you can get from Human Resources if needed
    • This is especially useful for offsite employees or Mac users, who otherwise don’t have an easy way to reset their network password

Direct any questions to Gavin Smith at gavinsmith@shoreline.edu or 206-546-4792.