Restoring data with CrashPlan

    1. Open the CrashPlan client on your desktop. 2. Select the Get Files button next to the device you would like to recover from. 3. Select the file or folder to restore and select Get Files… 4. A window will pop up with options for restoring such where to save restored files

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    Digest for SPAM and Bulk Email Messages

    Proofpoint Protection Server provides a daily digest of email flagged as spam and bulk messages to give you more control over the messages that are delivered to your inbox.   A daily digest message is sent to your mailbox from Proofpoint, with links to manage your list.   Managing Mail From the Daily Digest In […]

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    TAMHSC Cloud

    If you already have an account, login with your TAMHSC username and password: Access TAMHSC Cloud New Users For account registration and setup: Self-registration Self-registration is only required once in order to establish your account; must have TAMHSC username and password. Users who self-register will be allocated cloud storage as an individual user. If you […]

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    Comparison of Google Docs and TAMHSC Cloud

    Basic Features Google Docs (GD) TAMHSC Cloud (TC) Explanation Share files with external users yes yes Both allow sharing with links Store files locally yes yes GD allows local file storage in Google Drive Selectively sync files/folders no yes With TC, right-click for syncing options Sync folders from desktop/laptop yes yes Both share through links […]

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    Intro to TAMHSC Cloud

    Welcome to the TAMHSC Cloud powered by Syncplicity! We are excited to introduce this powerful tool for file sharing and collaboration.  Access and Use TAMHSC Cloud can be accessed at cloud.tamhsc.edu. Share most file types and folders with others from any device – Syncplicity keeps everyone in sync, automatically. Create, edit, and share Microsoft Office […]

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    HSC Approved Cloud Services

    The only fully supported and approved cloud storage solution is TAMHSC Cloud. Click on each category to see information about HSC cloud services and data security.  For more information, please contact the OIT security team at 979-436-0487. Data Classification types are listed in Policy 29.01.03.Z1.05 HIPAA = Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act FERPA = […]

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    HSC email and Google Apps

    The Email Selection Advisory Committee at Texas A&M University, convened in fall 2013, reviewed options for email migration and recommended transition paths for faculty, staff and student email. Read the committee’s full recommendation. As faculty, staff and students of Texas A&M HSC, you may have questions regarding how the transition affects you. We’ve compiled information […]

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    Email Encryption

    We provide secure access to TAMHSC email from anywhere through our webmail service available from anywhere at https://webmail.tamhsc.edu/. External email encryption is utilized for any confidential information that is being sent via email such as patient data, student data or anything else of a confidential nature. Internal Email Encryption  All traffic sent from one tamhsc.edu […]

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    Configuring an Email Client for HSC Email

    These are instructions on configuring an email client other than Outlook. If you are trying to set up your TAMHSC email on Outlook please go to the following tutorial pages: Outlook 2010 for Windows Outlook 2013/2016 for Windows Outlook 2016 for Mac   We provide secure access to TAMHSC email from anywhere through our webmail […]

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    HSC-recommended laptops and technology purchases

    HSC laptop computing standards Windows Computers Minimum of Microsoft Windows 7 Pro* Microsoft Office (2013 or higher) 8GB RAM (Memory) 500GB Hard Drive DVD Burner (external drives are available if your laptop does not come with one) USB/USB-C Ethernet Adapter (if your laptop does not have one built in)*** An OIT approved Anti-Virus software package** […]

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