From time-to-time, it may be necessary to automatically forward the emails you receive at your USC email account to another USC email account. Even though you might be using the Outlook desktop application to read your email, the quickest and easiest way to forward your emails is from Outlook for the Web. Complete these instructions… [Read More]
Find My iPhone/iPad/Mac is a security application that is part of the Apple operating system. This application helps locate your device in the event of loss or theft. However, you may need or want to disable this feature. This document explains how to disable this feature on iOS devices and Mac computers. Disabling Find My… [Read More]
Computer security is of the utmost important and from time-to-time, you should change the password with which you log into your MacBook. This helps ensure device security. If you are using a brand new MacBook that you have received through Dornsife Technology Services, you were issued a temporary password that you should change as soon… [Read More]
Workday contains personal and professional information for employees. From within Workday, you can update your mailing address, phone number, and other relevant pieces of information. You can also update your work location. It is not uncommon for departments and individuals to move locations within USC‘s campus. Your campus location is important because department roster information… [Read More]
An iCloud or Apple ID account is an essential element in using your Mac/iOS device(s). This account is used to backup your device, make purchases, and track preferences. Your iCloud/Apple ID account displays a listing of all the Apple devices that you have associated with your iCloud/Apple ID account. From time-to-time, you may need to… [Read More]
The University of Southern California (USC) is committed to providing the services and features that faculty members request. In keeping with that commitment, USC will begin offering faculty the option to use the Gmail interface to read their USC email. Faculty will be able to begin using the Gmail interface on November 6, 2017. Before… [Read More]
Watch the following video tutorial to assist you in access the G: and U: drive.
Dornsife Technology Services provides file storage for Dornsife departments, faculty and staff. The storage space that is shared by your department is located on the G: drive. Your personal storage space is located on the U: drive. This document explains how to access the shared and personal network drives from your unmanaged (i.e. personal) Windows… [Read More]
For more information, please see the ITS information page.