Joining forces across The University of Birmingham and throughout campus, both the UoB Service desk and BurnFM have the aim of encouraging students to protect their incredibly valuable work by initiating a backup plan across various platforms.
Working in conjunction with the Guild of Students, both teams are looking to demonstrate the importance of backing up important files. What takes only a matter of minutes, can save hours of work – as well as helping to ensure that students aren’t hit with the unnecessary stress and pressure that comes with losing essential work.
For more information, the IT Service Desk produced this video, further focusing on the benefits of ‘Backing Up’:
Earlier this week, BurnFM News Team welcomed Lexi Hemming of the IT service desk and Burn’s very own Flingback Fridays for the initiative’s official launch.
Listen again to what she had to say when welcomed by Monday evening’s Burning Chat, in which she highlights the importance of the campaign, as well as recounting her own personal experiences regarding Backing Up:
To be a part of Burn’s Back It Up Competition, simply follow the link to our Facebook page and like and share our post – as well as letting us know how you Back Up your work. By doing this, you will automatically be entered into our draw to win a £75 My Passport Ultra 1TB External hard drive courtesy of ourselves and the UoB IT service desk – https://www.facebook.com/burnfmradio?fref=ts
For more information on the Back it up Campaign and the services provided by the UoB IT service desk, go to: Birmingham.ac.uk/stayconnected or search ‘uobservicedesk’ on social media.
We’ve got our Back It Up plan – what’s yours?