Humanities and Sciences IT (H&S IT) is part of the Dean’s Office of the School of Humanities and Sciences (H&S). The H&S IT Team works with University IT (UIT), our peer IT organizations and external partners to support the H&S community.
We further the academic mission of the school through the use of technology by making administration more efficient, and teaching, learning and research more effective.
As part of an ongoing effort to improve the security of their product, Zoom will begin requiring passwords on June 23.
In the coming months, there will be several changes to Stanford's IT infrastructure that will affect our Apple computer users.
Drupal.org announced November 2021 will be the end of Drupal 7 support. If you've worked with the H&S web team or Stanford Web Services on your website, there's a good chance you're on Drupal 7.
University IT has published a guide on how to protect your Zoom meetings from so called Zoom-bombing
H&S IT held several training sessions on how to use Zoom, Slack, and the Jabber softphone. Below are the recordings and slides from those trainings:
- Tools and Software
University IT provides the Dashlane password manager free of charge to all current faculty, staff, and students.