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  • Windows 10 is ready for launch.....

    Staff at the University can use our form to register interest in having Windows 10 installed on their work PC. Why do I want Windows 10? Based on the Anniversary update of Windows 10, the University deployment includes: great new...

  • Choosing your software for the next academic year

    We are here to support the University in delivering world class teaching and a key part of this is our software consultancy. This process makes sure that our academic staff and students have the right software on the machines in the...

  • Thunderbird retirement from AdminDesk, April 2017

    The email client, Thunderbird, is being retired from AdminDesk.  The use of Thunderbird is no longer supported and it will not be available on AdminDesk after 10 April 2017. You can access your email via mail.bath.ac.uk using a browser in...

  • EPSRC launches six new Tier2 HPC Centres

    The Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) has just launched six new High Performance Computational (HPC) Centres, worth a combined £20 million, at the Thinktank Science museum in Birmingham. These new Tier2 regional centres are aimed at supporting both...

  • Phishing email with your name as the subject line

    We have been made aware that staff and students have been sent a phishing email that has the recipient name as the subject and asks them to open an attachment to see what information scammers may have on them.  Please...

  • CIS and tell

    ICYMI acronyms and initialisms are everywhere. Yes, I'm inviting comments to help me learn a few more that I could have included - and why not! Sharing knowledge and information is a critical part of our community. This is my...

  • Simon's off to Sierra Leone

    Fresh from being nominated for a Learning On Screen award Dr Roy Maconachie from the Department of Social Policy and Science and Simon Wharf from our Audio Visual team are heading out on a new research trip.They will be following...

  • Twitter Counter App hacked

    The Twitter Counter App used with Twitter accounts appears to have been compromised and has been used to post spam messages to users' feeds. The messages are written in Turkish and appear to target Holland. Twitter accounts for Amnesty International,...

  • Managed Print is available, 15 March 2017

    Update: 10:30am 15 March, Managed Print service is available.  The emergency print service has been switched off. Thank you for your patience while we resolved this issue.   15 March at 9am - Managed Print is unavailable across campus, we...