With Halloween approaching, members of the University of Delaware campus community are reminded that not knowing how to keep their computers and data safe can cause nightmarish problems.

Avoid computer frightland

University IT offers countdown of top 10 scariest technology threats

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4:24 p.m., Oct. 26, 2012--With Halloween approaching, members of the University of Delaware campus community are reminded that not knowing how to keep their computers and data safe can cause nightmarish problems.

LearnIT Express will air a 15-minute special Halloween presentation, “Avoid Getting Stuck in Computer Frightland,” on Wednesday, Oct. 31, at 4 p.m.

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Information Technologies (IT) will feature a countdown of the top 10 scariest technology threats to you, your computer and your information. Be prepared for spooky animation and Halloween music. Chat live with IT staff during the webcast.

Follow the link to the live webcast at the LearnIT Express website starting at 3:55 p.m. to participate in this special edition of LearnIT Express. 

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