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PHHP Information Technology

The PHHP IT provides technical support to Public Health & Health Professions faculty, staff, and students. For information on additional services, visit the Service Request, Computer Help, and Policy sections of the site, or call (352) 273-6200, or email support@phhp.ufl.edu.

We are located on the 4th floor of the HPNP building in the Health Science Center of the University of Florida Campus in room 4130.

Recent Computer Help & Policy Updates

Instructions to Add Shared Departmental Calendar/Public folder to Outlook

Instructions demonstrated in Outlook 2016, but should be similar in 2010.  You must complete these instructions before you’ll be able to access the calendar in Outlook Web App (OWA) via […]

Restore a Previous Version of a File

If you find that an important file is missing or has been overwritten, you may be able to retrieve a previous version without contacting the IT office. To restore an […]

Onedrive @UF

Onedrive is a University provided cloud storage service. It is available to everyone in the UF Community, and not currently approved for storage of Sensitive or Restricted data. OneDrive @ […]

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