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Announcements

  • Website Warning: Dates with Students

    A number of Universities have been targeted with anonymous invitation emails from dateswithstudents.com. These invitations are being sent directly to university email addresses and encouraging students to sign up to the website.

    The registration process for the website is asking for ‘sign up’ details in a way that students are supplying their university username and password credentials. IT Services are investigating whether this is deliberate and strongly advise students not to use this website or their university username and password credentials for any external websites or services.

    If you have already signed up to the website and provided your university username and password credentials please contact the IT User Support Help Desk and change your password immediately by visiting the IT Services web pages and clicking “Password Changer” under the Quick Links section.

    If you have any concerns of would like further information please contact the IT User Support helpdesk by emailing usersupport@surrey.ac.uk or calling 01483 689898.

  • New contract to improve print services across campus

    The University has recently undertaken a tender for the provision of print services.  The outcome is that Danwood will be taking over the provision of  multi-functional devices (MFDs) and the University will be exiting the relationship with Ricoh as current leases expire or are transferred to a new arrangement.  

    Danwood are the UK’s leading independent managed print and document centric service provider offering specialist support and expertise.

    The overall aim of the project is to redesign the University’s printing services to make them more reliable, more efficient, less wasteful and more sustainable.

    Key benefits of the project include:

    • Campus wide improvements to print, copy and scanning functionality
    • “Follow me” printing enabling increased accessibility to secure printing across campus
    • Significant savings and efficiency gains
    • Reduction in overall paper usage
    • Improved servicing and maintenance of equipment
    • Reductions in energy consumption

    Danwood’s Audit and Assessment team will be visiting campus in the next few weeks to gather information on the current service.  IT Services will be working closely with Danwood’s Project and Account Management team to redesign and implement a new MFD fleet to suit the needs of staff and students.

    If you have any queries about this project please email usersupport@surrey.ac.uk. Further updates will be available on the IT Services website: surrey.ac.uk/itservices.

  • Wireless improvements on campus

    IT Services are aware of on-going issues regarding the reliability and usability of the wireless network service on campus.

    We would like to inform you that work has started on a project to replace the infrastructure which will result in significant improvements to coverage, reliability and capacity. Further notifications will be sent out once the work has been completed.

    Please continue to report any problems with the current service to usersupport@surrey.ac.uk or 01483 689898.

Event Calendar

  • How to Knowledge Exchange for Social Change

    3 July 2015

    This one-day workshop on “how to knowledge exchange for social change” is open to all PhD students across the University of Kent and the SouthEast DTC. The workshop will be particularly relevant to PhD students interested in collaborating with public and/or third sector organisations.
    The workshop offers PhD students a rare and valuable opportunity to engage with public and third sector organisations and with academics highly experienced in applied research – to provide insights into the knowledge exchange process, the advantages and disadvantages of collaboration, how to initiate engagement and collaboration, and how academics, practitioners, and policy-makers can engage and collaborate effectively for demonstrable impact.


    Leading academics and national organisations from across the UK including the Department for Communities and Local Government, People United, Defence Science and Technology Laboratory, and the Anne Frank Trust will discuss their experiences of and/or interest in knowledge exchange.

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  • Computing Alumni Event 2015

    3 July 2015

    The Department will organise its 2nd Alumni Event on 3rd July 2015, again at the IBM Office in London. More details of the event can be found at here.

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  • Nvivo Training Workshop (2 days)

    6 July 2015
    NVivo, developed by QSR, is a CAQDAS package which integrates the handling of textual data with quantitative and multimedia forms of information/data.

    The two-day workshop provides the opportunity to gain a thorough introduction to the software and practice tasks using one’s own data. The focus is on gaining confidence in the early tasks of setting up projects efficiently, exploring and coding data whilst having an eye on longer term tasks.

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