• Information Technology Services

    Information Technology Services

    The purpose of Information Technology Services (ITS) is to contribute to the Hamline Promise by positioning the university for sustained competition and success in the 21st century through the use of information technology as a strategic asset.

    For ITS, delivering the Hamline Promise means commitment to working with and for the entire Hamline community to provide information technology solutions that support and enhance each member's efforts toward that promise.

  • Feature Articles

  • How to Spot a Phishing Email
    Has your account been compromised?  Are you being asked to send someone your password or login information to make sure your account stays active?  Is someone telling you that you have won a contest?  Chances are, a hacker is trying to trick you-- with a "phishing email."  Read this CNET article to make sure you know how to recognize phishing attempts when they arrive in your inbox. 
    Reminder About Password Expiration
    As a part of the new password policy implemented a year ago, all members of the Hamline community must change the password of their user account every 6 months, as well as meet certain complexity requirements.  Hamline ITS will start enforcing this 6 month password expiration in early 2014 by disabling accounts that have not had a password change within that timeframe.  This does not apply to Banner passwords and Piperline PINs.
  • ITS News

    A new phishing email has shown up in the Google inboxes of several Hamline users.  The subject line is "Credit Card Notification..Required" in some, if not all the messages received. If you have received, or should you receive, this email, please DO NOT RESPOND to these emails or click on the "click here" contained in the message body!

    Hamline University's PiperXpress Program is saving money, reducing its copy/print volume and carbon footprint, while providing more services / functionality / convenience for users. That's a "Win-Win-Win!"

    Ben Phillip, director of technical support services, was a member of two panel sessions at GusDay, an annual information technology conference for Minnesota higher education institutions.