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IT Newslett for Staff - Jun 2018
 
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for StaffJun 2018
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Tips to Improve Outlook Performance

If your Outlook takes a long time to load or navigate between folders, it could be due to too many emails in Inbox or excessively large cache setting.
Following are some tips to speed things up:

Tip 1: Keep Your Inbox Trim by Archiving Old Emails to Online eMail Archival
Storing huge amount of email in Outlook could affect performance. Try to archive inactive emails every 3 months to boost its performance.

Click HERE to learn more on Online eMail archiving. Archiving online will enable you to retrieve your archive email easily from anywhere with an internet connection and your NP-managed notebook.


Tip 2: Reduce Outlook Cache
It is advisable to set your email cache to 1 month to optimize your Outlook performance.
Click HERE for the guide on how to change your email cache.
Protect Yourself from Cyberattacks

 

Cybercrimes are on the rise in Singapore and reported cases have more than doubled since in 2016. The four most common cyber threats include Ransomware, Defacements, Denial-of-Service, and Phishing.

 

People are often the weakest link in the cybersecurity chain and usually fell prey to phishing, due to sophisticated impersonations.


So how do you protect yourself from phishing activities?


1) Adopt SUNDAE method to identify phishing emails

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2) If in doubt, email to Support@np.edu.sg for clarifications when you received any suspicious emails (eg. shopping coupons redemption, account/invoice verification emails etc.)

System Maintenance

 

No scheduled maintenance for the month of Jun.

 

Please email to Support@np.edu.sg should you require further information or clarification

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