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Spam Email Alert

Friday, Jan 23, 2015 • 7:25 AM hvsmith

Information Services has received reports of UTMB personnel being targeted as part of a spam email scam. If you receive an email stating "Your password Will Expire In The Next TWO {2} Days Current Faculty and Staff Should Please Log On To IT WEBSITE To Validate Your E-mail Address And Password, Or Your E-mail Address Will Be Deactivated. Thank You. ITS help desk ADMIN TEAM ©Copyright 2015 Microsoft All Right Reserved.", please report it to the UTMB Service Desk at extension 25200 and delete the email. Information Services is actively working to remove these messages from users mailboxes.




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Internet Access and Application Outage

Thursday, Jan 22, 2015 • 8:27 AM joreily

On Wednesday night, January 28, 2015, between 11pm and 1am (2 hours) access to the internet as well as several internet-facing applications will be intermittently unavailable due to network maintenance. This includes applications such as MyChart, Surescripts, Real Time Eligibility, Citrix.utmb.edu, Code Paging, and others.














Emergency Communications

Disaster/Weather Emergencies

In the event of a disaster or emergency weather conditions, please refer to the following lines of communication for more information:

  • Call the UTMB hotline at (409) 77-ALERT (772-5378) or toll free at (888) 772-5449; or
  • Call the UTMB main operator at (409) 772-1011.
  • Information is also available via the web at www.utmb.edu/alert. Should the UTMB web server go down, a second server is in place as a backup and will be available via UTMB's normal URL: www.utmb.edu.  Additionally, an informational site will be activated at www.utmbinfo.com.
  • See www.utmb.edu/emergency_plan for UTMB Health Emergency Operations Plans.
  • Monitor local television and radio stations including KPRC/950 AM, KTRH/740 AM and KIKK/96 FM in Houston.




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