Beginning November 18th, a new version of the PDF tool will be available to university-issued computers.
Science and Technology News
After an upset win over undefeated Northwood Blue, the Pirates rank 10th nationally and fourth in the East in the national Collegiate Rocket League (CRL).
New features this month include updates to Breakout Rooms, Powerpoint, Chats, and more.
Cybersecurity Awareness Month covered a wide range of security topics, phishing tests, and the debut of the NJ Cybersecurity conference.
In this online program, participants can learn the fundamental skills and knowledge needed by those in computer and information systems fields.
A bumper sticker touting a student’s good grades at school can get a criminal’s attention and be the starting point for building a family profile that can aid in a burglary or worse.
Phishing is the most frequently used tactic to steal someone's password, identity, money, and time.
The second annual statewide cybersecurity conference connected students and university faculty and administrators with cybersecurity business leaders.
In the kick-off event, Ian explored technology’s role during the pandemic and how technology can be leveraged in a post-pandemic world.
Dr. Joseph Badillo is not only catalytic figure in his field and at Seton Hall University, but he is also a proud and influential representative of and mentor for the Hispanic/Latinx community.
After successfully utilizing Teams for the last eighteen months, the Department of Information Technology is in the process of replacing the existing aging office phone system.
Seton Hall esports is proud to announce the creation of a Super Smash Brother’s Ultimate varsity team, under the leadership of senior, Walter “Trey” Jackson.
The upcoming esports season will bring challenges and big changes to the program as the team looks to continue its success.
Windows 11 will start to become available on October 5, 2021 and will roll out over time to Seton Hall laptops.
The TLT Roundtable presents Technology’s Role in Adapting to Change while Meeting Strategic Goals of the University on Friday, October 8 with guest speaker, Ian Wilhelm.
October can be full of ghouls and ghosts, but what’s scarier than that? Scammers and fraudsters who want to hack into your computer, undetected, and steal your personal information or install malware.
Paulie “Stokelyy” Santoro is an accomplished Rocket League gamer, but away from the keyboard he is passionate for engineering and is pursuing a five-year dual degree in Physics and Engineering.
The technology that facilitates wireless screen sharing in the South Orange classrooms and conference rooms, Crestron AirMedia, has been updated to a newer version.
The second annual New Jersey Cybersecurity conference will connect students, faculty, and administrators with cybersecurity business leaders.
The Teaching, Learning and Technology Center, together with the Faculty Senate IT Committee and the Digital Humanities Committee, are pleased to announce the awardees for the Faculty Innovation Grants.
Matthew Hale, associate professor in the Department of Political Science and Public Affairs, has been named to the 2021 Insider 100 Policymakers list by Insider NJ.
Users that have registered Apple devices with their shu.edu email address will receive a prompt to update their Apple ID.
Instructors can use Discover to research and adopt course materials with ease - while students have easy access to purchase their course materials quickly and effectively.
Teams meeting recordings will no longer be saved to Microsoft Stream. Moving forward, all meeting recordings will be saved to OneDrive and SharePoint.
A new version of the PirateNet dashboard is scheduled to launch this summer. The new dashboard is faster, more intuitive, and more responsive to the smaller screens on our mobile devices.