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URMZ offers further education for employees and student assistants

The University Computer and Media Center (URMZ) at the University of Erfurt is again offering further education for employees and student assistants as online events in March. Enrolment is now possible.

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Organisational changes in Office365 use

Members of the university have the option of using Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus on private or self-administered computers as part of the state contract. In the course of a change in the framework contract, changes in the registration for the use of…

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Opening hours of our service institutions during the lecture-free period

During the lecture-free period in the winter semester, some of the University of Erfurt's service units have changed their opening hours. Please take note of this.

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Erfurt University Library open longer during exam period

On four Sundays in January and February - 23.01., 30.01., 06.02. and 13.02. - the Erfurt University Library will be open from 10 am to 6 pm. The reason for the extension of opening hours is the examination period at the university.

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Emergency call button on telephones automatically contacts 112

For a few days now, employees of the University of Erfurt have found the red "Emergency call" button on their phones in the office.

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Attention, SPAM!

There are currently e-mails in circulation from Professor Gabriele Schulz from the Computer Centre, which also use the old logo of the University of Erfurt.

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IT security: Update required for ZENworks application

In order to eliminate an IT security vulnerability (Log4j), the ZENworks application used for software distribution must be updated on the workstation systems of the University of Erfurt (desktops and notebooks). This has already been arranged by the…

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Attention, false Corona e-mails!

An increasing number of e-mails have appeared at the University of Erfurt stating that employees have been infected with the Omicron variant of the Corona virus. The Computer and Media Centre warns against these e-mails.

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