Unite Newsletter: Tips and Tricks - December 2017

Unite ICT Newsletter - Tips and Tricks (December 2017)


We all depend on technology to do our work every day. In this newsletter, we will provide helpful tips and tricks on the various tools available. We will also feature new tools and resources that will help you in your daily work.

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A rising number of sophisticated phishing email messages have been directed at the UN asking users to validate or confirm their accounts. OICT will NEVER request your username and password by emailDo NOT respond to, open attachments or click hyperlinks in any email message that is suspicious. In fact, treat every message with suspicion initially. Review the information security quick guide for more tips on staying cyber safe and watch a short video on phishing.

App Quicklinks to key enterprise applications, including Unite Self ServiceinspiraUmoja Self Service, and more, are available online at unite.un.org.

Unite Identity allows you to securely log into various systems using a single user ID and password. You can manage your account online (https://uniteid.un.org). FAQs are available, including how to reset your password and how to update your profile information.


Did you know you can create a blog or wiki for your team or project in Unite Connections without first creating a community? Just open the Apps menu at the top of the page. Learn more by visiting the Unite Connections 101: Wiki.

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