Presidential Award, Inside the Box, Time Off Goes Mobile, W-2 Phishing Scam

 February 6, 2017

Nominate a Star Performer This Week
Friday is the deadline to nominate an individual for the Presidential Award, which recognizes staff and faculty who made distinctive contributions to Duke University and Duke University Health System in 2016. One Presidential Award and up to five Meritorious Service Awards will be selected from each of the following job categories: Clerical/Office Support, Clinical/Professional, Service/Maintenance, Managerial, and Executive Leadership.

What’s in the Box?
Have you looked inside Box, Duke’s online file storage and collaboration tool? Take a look, and you might just find an Amazon Echo, the room-sized Echo Dot, or a View-Master Virtual Reality viewer. As part of “Duke Box Awareness Month,” OIT is hosting a contest to show off Box’s features such as file storage, sharing, and editing.

Enter and Approve Time Off on the Go
University employees can now enter and managers can approve exempt time off by accessing the Duke@Work section of the DukeMobile app. Employees can enter their vacation, sick and discretionary time off each month on their mobile devices. Supervisors can view and approve time off submissions from the employees who report to them. 

Not a Message from the President
The latest phishing scam seeks to gain access to W-2 information such as Social Security numbers by sending emails that appear to come from President Brodhead and other high-level administrators. Visit the IT Security website to learn how to recognize and report phishing attempts.

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