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New Resource: Quick Start Guide to Collaboration Tools

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Two-Step Authentication Attacks and COVID-19 Phishing Campaigns

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Zoom Effectively: Discover Ways to Lead Inclusive Meetings and Participate Productively

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Microsoft Office 365 Environment Gets a Name Change March 20

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Cardinal Key Now Works with Firefox

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Working Remotely? Here’s a Quick Guide to Slack Best Practices

Brad Immanuel
Jan Morrill
March 11, 2020
With many teams putting in place temporary plans to ramp up social distancing, Stanford Slack is becoming an even busier place. While there’s no one universal right way to use Slack, leverage these best practices to stay engaged, informed, and productive.    

UHR Slack Channel Honors Spirit of Former Co-Worker

March 3, 2020
The University Human Resources (UHR) team has found a unique way to use Slack to continue the cherished practices of a beloved co-worker after her unexpected death. 
Remote and Distributed Workforce

Engaging Remote and Distributed Colleagues in Slack

Shannon Santanocito
February 20, 2020
When it comes to Slack, one thing is true. It doesn’t matter where you’re located physically; everyone “talks” in the same place. This benefits the whole community, but it’s especially important for those of us who are part of Stanford’s ever-growing remote and distributed workforce.