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Software Center is a program on CBC computers that provides access to software upgrades and installations.
Frequently asked questions for telephones.
This article has information on what technology is available to you as a student and where to get it during the COVID crisis.
The Zoom for Outlook add-in is designed to manage scheduling within your Outlook desktop application. The add-in allows you to easily add a Zoom meeting to any new or existing calendar event.
The article walks you through adding a tab for the OneNote notebook for a Team.
This article will walk you through how to add new team members for your Team.
This article details how to bypass the blocks that are on the CBC laptops so OnVue can be run successfully.
In the event Information Services would like you to completely shut down your computer remotely, here are the steps to do so:
This article explains what you need to connect using VPN, as well as how to install and connect the VPN client. Instructions are also provided for connecting to a remote desktop PC.
This tip will help reduce some lag while working in Microsoft Teams.
​​​​​​​Need to work from home? No problem! As a CBC employee, you have access to many applications and resources to help you work from home successfully.
Web Print from any wired/wireless computer on a CBC network.  Use your SID and PIN to login to your NetPrint account and choose “Web Print” from the menu. For more detailed instructions see NetPrint Tips in the knowledge base.

Direct Print from any of the CBC Library, RA building lab, or SWL Kiosk computers. Access is automatic once logged in to the computer with your SID and PIN. Just choose one of the available “NP” printers.