Everything You Always Wanted to Know about SiteBuilder*
(*But Were Afraid to Ask)
CSIT is offering two introductory SiteBuilder training sessions
WHEN: 12 noon, Thursday 16 March, and
12 noon, Thursday 30 March
WHERE: 2nd Street, Davis, Coast Room
The goal of the trainings is to give any and all SiteBuilder users the necessary background to edit UC ANR...
With Halloween around the corner, October is a pretty scary time of year. But there is another reason October can spook even the bravest.
This month is National Cyber Security Awareness Month and as we have all learned recently, the online world can be full of terrors lurking, ready to pounce on the unwary. Phishing scams, viruses, malvertising, ransomware, just to name a few, have made it harder to be safe digitally.
Fortunately, there are methods and resources we can use to defend ourselves, or at least make it harder for the bad guys to wreak their havoc on us and our workplaces. And while no one can be 100% secure, a short...
One of the oldest and most respected products associated with UC ANR is the journal California Agriculture. The quarterly peer-reviewed periodical, first published in 1946, delivers research and news to around 10,000 print subscribers and more than 200,000 annual unique visitors to the journal's website, calag.ucanr.edu
Until recently, however, the journal's website, launched in 2008 on a custom platform, suffered from three main problems.
Most importantly, the old site could only publish content in lockstep with the quarterly print edition of the journal. Nearly all academic journals now...
Something very exciting is coming to UC ANR this July.
The Apps for Ag Statewide Hackathon, hosted by UC ANR and the California State Fair, is bringing together coders, designers, entrepreneurs, farmers and students to engage in collaborative computer programming to improve agriculture. Starting in the morning of July 15, and continuing over the course of the next 48 hours, both newcomers and veterans will team up to transform their brainstorms into reality. This unique design-and-development competitive Hackathon is meant to solve on-farm problems in agriculture and food.
Participants will compete for cash prizes at a “pitchfest” in front of a live audience at the...
UC ANR encrypted websites will no longer accept connections from browsers lacking modern security features. In line with accepted industry practices and to maintain compatibility with our credit card processing system, browsers unable to use TLS 1.1 or 1.2 cryptographic protocols are not supported for secure connections to ucanr.edu.
Users with incompatible browsers will need to update their software. Recommended are Firefox, Chrome or any other browser that supports modern standards. All compatible browsers enable TLS 1.1/1.2 automatically; they require no special installation instructions. The increased...