Wake Forest will launch Workday as the University’s financial and Human Resources system on July 2. Instructor-led offerings begin May 14, with several opportunities to attend each course. Additionally, on-demand material will be available May 7.
Visit the Workday section of the PDC website to register for training opportunities.
Check out the Learning section of the Workday website for additional information, including a chart outlining courses to consider, based on ways you will interact with the system.
New laptop options will be available for purchase June 1, 2018.
Apple and Dell are known to announce new products and promotions mid-summer. Although purchasing is available June 1, 2018, we encourage you to wait until July to order your laptop if taking advantage of these promotions is important to you.
Thanks to all of you that attended TechXploration! We hope you found the event to be a great time for idea sharing and engagement among colleagues. Congratulations to Katherine Hunzinger, the lucky winner of the GoPro6.
Please forward any feedback or ideas for future TechXplorations to email@example.com. Hope you can all join us again next year!
Please join us today, Wednesday, March 21, 2018, between 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m., in Benson 401, to learn how your colleagues are using technology across campus. Presentations will be in poster session format, so join us for any portion of the event.
Faculty and staff are encouraged to come by TechXploration to view and experience the look and feel of the different computing options for 2018!
Register to win a GoPro Hero6. Refreshments provided.
Additionally, join us at2 p.m. in 410 Benson as we welcome guests from the Learning Technology Consortium, a national collaborative with common interests and challenges in learning and teaching with technology. There will be a panel and open discussion on “Learning Space Design: From Process to Pedagogy”. Leading experts from across the country will be looking at how their institutions are assessing room selection, learning outcomes, and everything in between.
Information Systems is making changes to the configuration of our wireless network to provide a seamless user experience for the entire Wake Forest community across the Reynolda Campus, Wake Downtown, Wake Washington, and Wake Charlotte.
Beginning Tuesday, March 6, 2018, faculty, staff and students at Wake Downtown/Innovation Quarter will see WFUWireless in their list of wireless networks in addition to WakeDowntown, which will be phased out at the end of the academic year. Users should select WFUwireless and authenticate using their WFU username and password.
Beginning Wednesday, February 21, 2018, Information Systems will upgrade the antivirus software on Wake Forest University issued computers to Cisco’s Advanced Malware Protection (AMP) through the campus network. This upgrade replaces Microsoft System Center Endpoint Protection (SCEP) and provides a higher level of protection from viruses and malware. This will protect Wake Forest University issued Windows and/or Apple computers.
The automated installation process will vary based on your computer model.