World Backup Day | March 31, 2017

What would you do if you lost everything? On March 31, celebrate World Backup Day. Most people have lost important files on their electronic devices at some point in their lives. Computer hard drives can crash, smartphones get stolen, soup can be spilled on laptops, and software viruses or malware can delete your files. If you’re not regularly backing up your data, you could lose important files forever.

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Privacy and Information Security Initiative (Privacy Matters @ UBC)

At UBC, we are responsible for a substantial amount of personal information about students, faculty, alumni, donors, and employees. Protecting this...

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NVivo Available for UBC students

NVivo is now available to active and registered UBC students on Connect! NVivo is a data analysis software that enables users to collect, organize, and...

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UBC IT 2015/16 Annual Report is here!

UBC IT’s 2015/16 Annual Report is now available! The report highlights our activities in support of the UBC community and working in collaboration with...

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Take the Cyber Security Quiz!

October is Cyber Security Awareness month!   As a faculty member or staff at UBC, you may have access to a significant amount of sensitive personal...

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