Clutter is a tool designed to filter out your ‘low-priority’ emails into one folder in Outlook. It works by filing the emails it thinks you are most likely to ignore based on your past habits (e.g. did certain emails go unread in your inbox).
If you graduated last year, your LSE network account probably expired on 31-12-2017. This means you will now need an LSE Public Account to access LSE for You, Digitary (to request transcripts) and Career Hub (LSE’s portal for career opportunities).
What is an LSE Public Account?
Your LSE Public Account was created when you first applied to LSE and remained active throughout your […]
Recently we’ve seen a lot of students targeted with emails about:
becoming a mystery shopper
applying for large loans
These emails are scams, designed to lure you into giving away your personal details, including bank account details, address and date of birth.
Please do not respond to these messages or click on any links. If you receive something like this in […]
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.
Here at LSE, IMT provide a range of ways for you to stay connected when you’re on the move, working away from campus or checking your email on the go.
eduroam WiFi covers most of the campus, including lecture theatres, classrooms and LSE cafes and restaurants.
You can connect to eduroam from hundreds of other institutions across the UK, and […]
When do I use OneDrive, and when should I use SharePoint? We’ve put together a handy infographic to help you choose the best best cloud-based storage option for your needs.
IMT are on a mission to help LSE staff and students make greener IT decisions, and we’ve put together a list of ways to make your IT use more environmentally friendly.
Thought the Library was the only place to go when you need some computer time?
Whether you need a PC, laptop or iMac, we’ve got you covered, with a total of seven locations across campus where you can access out IT facilities.
Finding a computer on campus
You can find computers everywhere from the Old Building to the Saw Internet Café, and […]
Desktop and laptop computers using the LSE network must run anti-virus software. This not only protects your own data and documents but also keeps the network as a whole secure.
To help you stay safe online, LSE provides free Sophos anti-virus software to all students and staff, which is suitable for use on PC, Mac and Linux devices.
Once you’ve loaded […]
If your email is hacked, there are a number of consequences. To begin with, you may lose your important data – giving away your username and password gives someone free access to delete all of your files and email. IMT also have to go through a number of processes to ensure that your account is secure and this takes […]