SharePoint is a great tool for file storage and staying connected with your class or work group. Unfortunately, scammers know this, and they have figured out a way to target students and employees at UWM through phishing emails.
Scammers send phishing emails that appear to be a link to content shared via SharePoint. Unfortunately, these emails can look very real, so it is important not to click the link. Instead, you can verify if the shared content is real by logging in to your Microsoft 365 account and using the SharePoint search tool to locate the content.
Please see the list of resources below for more information on using SharePoint and handling phishing emails.
- Sharing content in SharePoint
- SharePoint Fundamentals Training Manual
- Identifying a phishing email
- Reporting a phishing email
Additionally, if you would like to learn more about file storage and sharing with Microsoft 365, please join us for our File Storage & Sharing: OneDrive, Teams & SharePoint online training event on Wednesday, July 27, 10-11 am. This is a live event hosted through Microsoft Teams and does not require pre-registration. Please click here to join this live event.