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To ensure our phones are supported and fully functional in the future, ICT will be upgrading the software on Cisco phones across the University between Wednesday 30 April and Saturday 10 May. More

Construction of the Australian Institute of Nanoscience is well underway behind the School of Physics. This project has huge potential for the University's work in this rapidly advancing and highly competitive sector, and for the wide application of that work in fields including computing, medicine, engineering, chemistry and others. More

Chief Information Officer Bruce Meikle provides an update on the systems outages caused by hardware failure last week, as well as ICT's response to the large number of audiovisual support requests this year. More

A large number of University staff members received a very realistic scam phishing email on Tuesday 15 April. The email had the subject line "Staff News Latest on ICT outages; updates from Charles Perkins Centre and Sydney Student Program", and imitated the University's weekly Staff News e-newsletter. More

Have you always wanted to increase your productivity? Do you talk faster than you type? Dragon is a speech recognition software that allows you to control your computer hands-free, and it's available free to all University staff. More

Vice-Chancellor Dr Michael Spence announces that Professor Greg Whitwell from UNSW has accepted our offer to become Dean of the University of Sydney Business School. More

The University is suffering a hardware failure. This is affecting systems including outbound email, Sydney Student, the Learning Management System and lecture recording capabilities. Access to key services including myHRonline is also impacted. More

Staff from across the University's faculties came together last week to learn about new ways of getting their research into the public domain, using developments such as social media and open access. More