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Tech Talks

Computer Showcase hosts a regular series of workshops designed to help you discover new tech and make the most of the tech you already have. Join us for demos and tutorials on hardware, software, apps, and products that might just change your world.

Who: Open to all
When: Fridays, 11am-noon
Where: Michigan Union | Ground Floor

We encourage advance registration, but drop-ins are welcome too! Bring your own device if you want, but that's not required either; we can provide 1:1 tech consults or helpful how-to resources so you can DIY with confidence.

We'll post new workshops regularly, so check back often. And help us plan future topics! Take our short survey and let us know what you're interested in learning.

Coming Up...

March 3: Turn on Two-Factor

Your password needs a partner! Learn how to stop hackers in their tracks with two-factor authentication (2FA). We’ll focus on how the mobile app from Duo Security makes it easy and offer alternative options to fit your lifestyle. Learn how to:

BYOD optional: personal mobile phone or tablet

March 10: Mobile Device Security

Mobile devices are often used to access or store personal and private information - notes, photos, contacts, financial accounts, saved passwords, and more. Join us for a hands-on demo of how to properly secure and manage your mobile devices to protect your personal information. We’ll discuss what could possibly go wrong, what you can do about it, what you are responsible for, and where to get help.

BYOD optional: personal mobile phone, tablet or notebook computer.

March 17: Meet the New MacBook Pro

Come find out what the buzz is all about around the revolutionary Touch Bar - a multi-touch-enabled strip of glass built into the keyboard - and the other exciting features of the first all-new MacBook Pro in four years.

March 24: Getting Started with Fitbit

Need help choosing a fitness tracker? Whether you want to use heart rate data to take your fitness to the next level or just see how your steps add up each day, there’s a Fitbit tracker for your goals. Learn about:

BYOD optional: Fitbit Alta, Blaze, Charge 2, Flex or Surge and synced mobile device.

March 31: Phishing & Suspicious Email

Criminals can use phishing, spam, and other malicious email to gain access to your personal and financial information, as well as sensitive university information and access to U-M resources. In this Tech Talk, learn why phishing email scams matter, what to watch for, and what to do if you think you’ve been a target.


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