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College of Marin has begun the transition to Banner 9, which offers modern interfaces, improved navigation and new capabilities. To learn more, please check out the Welcome to Banner 9 video (2 mins) and What's New in Banner 9 resources. Banner 9 includes two primary components: For staff using Banner back-end: Banner 9 Administrative Applications web pages will replace Banner 8 Internet Native Banner (INB) forms. For faculty, students and other MyCOM users: Banner
Data security is a concern for corporations of all sizes, government organizations, and schools. Hackers target higher education institutions for their intellectual property, personally identifiable information, and financial information. The California Department of Justice considered MFA as “reasonable security procedures and practices…to protect personal information from unauthorized, access, destruction, use, modification, or disclosure.” The College is
Install applications/programs yourself… The IT Department has pre-packaged a number of useful applications/programs to be installed at your convenience. The app catalog includes mostly productivity tools and utilities. All COM authenticated users (logged in) are permitted to use this web-based catalog. Please note that System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) is a Microsoft Windows platform tool that works best with the Internet Explorer browser. The tool is enabled only for district-owned
The College recently launched a new CMS site. This Drupal platform offers dynamic content management and restores content ownership to our functional teams. We are continuing work for cutting over the remaining departments. Please visit our new site at marin.edu
The COM IT Department has deployed a new tool for onboarding your personal mobile devices into the College wireless network. The process is seamless and straightforward. Please use the below link to register your personal devices. Your College assigned laptops are exempted from this process; they should automatically be connected. Also, if you were part of the previous trial, uninstall the “XpressConnect” app from your personal mobile device, and re-download it from the provided link.