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One-to-one and group training for staff and PhD students

PhD students and staff can arrange an individual or small group training session, at their desk or in the dedicated training room, to address specific training needs in Microsoft Office skills.

These short, tailored training sessions are ideal for getting advice in become more proficient or effective in using software, targeted training in using a particular feature, or help with […]

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    LSE Filedrop: Our new secure file transfer platform has arrived

LSE Filedrop: Our new secure file transfer platform has arrived

LSE Filedrop is the easy and secure way to send and receive large files internally or externally at LSE.

Open to staff and PGR students, LSE Filedrop provides an encrypted service where files up to 39GB can be sent or received.

Once files are uploaded, the recipient receives an email link and will have 72 hours to download the file before […]

November 15th, 2017|Our Services|0 Comments|

Student job vacancy with the IMT Student Helpdesk

The IMT Student Help Desk is looking for new part time staff to work with the existing team to provide IT support to LSE undergraduates.
We are looking for people with a helpful attitude and some experience of working in a customer service role.  Previous experience of working in IT support would be beneficial.

For more information on the role […]

November 3rd, 2017|Jobs|0 Comments|

Donate Unwanted Coats and Help LSE Wrap Up London

The IMT Green Impact Team will be supporting the Wrap Up London initiative by hosting a drop off and collection service from Wednesday 08th to Friday 10th November.
 Wrap Up London is an annual campaign focused on keeping vulnerable people warm over the winter months. Using tube stations and in-office collection points, unwanted coats are redistributed to over 100 charities supporting the homeless, […]

November 2nd, 2017|Green IT|0 Comments|

A IMT update from Floriana Molone, Interim Director of IMT

Our Interim Director of IMT, Floriana Molone recently sat down with LSE IT News for a quick chat. Below you can read her reflections on the services, pilots and investments IMT put in place over the course of the last academic year:
2016/2017 has been an incredible year for service enhancements and divisional achievements. Our services continue to improve, we successfully […]

October 30th, 2017|IT News, Our Services|0 Comments|

IT Training in Michaelmas term

Throughout Michaelmas term, the IT Training team offers a range of training sessions to help you improve your IT skills.

Free IT Training Workshops

IT Training Workshops run throughout term in Microsoft Excel, Word and PowerPoint. These free workshops help you gain IT skills by engaging with real world problems, encouraging you to use your prior experience and to engage with problem solving tools […]

October 19th, 2017|IT Training|0 Comments|

Be aware of phishing attempts at LSE

Since the start of Michaelmas term, there’s been an increased amount of phishing emails that have been sent to LSE accounts.

If you are sent a suspicious email, do not respond to it. Responding to a phishing email can result in the sender getting access to your passwords, bank details and other confidential personal data.

Report any suspicious emails to imt.infosec@lse.ac.uk […]

Resolved: Network issues with LSE-owned mobile phones

EE have confirmed that a full service has been resumed. If you are still having difficulties, please with your LSE-owned mobile, please contact the Service Desk:

it.servicedesk@lse.ac.uk
020 7107 5000 |x5000

 

The EE phone network is currently experiencing problems, with users unable to call landlines from their EE mobile phone.

All LSE-owned mobile phones use the EE network. IMT are aware of the […]

October 10th, 2017|Unplanned Outage|0 Comments|

A day in the life of a Student Support Officer

Meet our Student Support Officers Dan and Peter, who tell us what a day in the the Student Support Team is like.

September 28th, 2017|Our Services|0 Comments|

Three easy ways to top-up your printing account

Printing at LSE costs 3.5p (A4 mono) and 10p (A4 colour) per side. To get started you need to add funds to your Papercut printing account and this can be done in three simple ways – online, via a value loader or in person at the Print and Copy Helpdesk.

September 26th, 2017|IT Tips|0 Comments|