Security is our top priority at ITS. There have been a few waves of phishing emails lately, trying to steal your UM-Flint credentials. We just want to remind faculty, staff, and students to be diligent and watch out for the signs of phishing emails. Below are some general guidelines and things to watch out for: ITS
Attention Faculty and Staff: This is a reminder of our upcoming Open Web Sessions. These sessions are drop-in sessions that allow you to get help with any web-related topics, including Drupal, FormAssembly, WordPress, etc.. All sessions take place in 431 French Hall. The following is a list of the upcoming sessions: o Wednesday, June 15 | 1:00 p.m.
*Located on the University Pavilion Stage Under the ITS Tent* Spring Hours – May 2nd & 3rd Monday, May 2nd, 2016 – 8:00am-7:00pm Tuesday, May 3rd, 2016 – 8:00am-7:00pm Summer Hours – June 29th & 30th Wednesday, June 29th, 2016 – 8:00am-7:00pm Thursday, June 30th, 2016 – 8:00am-7:00pm New Students – What You’ll Need to Bring Please bring your Government Issued Photo
ITS is happy to announce that we now offer 4 open lab stations in the newly remodeled basement of the Northbank Center. In addition to the new computers, ITS is also looking into adding printer to round out the area. The stations are conveniently located next to Simply To Go and are available to all students/faculty/staff.
Dear Campus Community, We have just gotten word from University of Michigan – Ann Arbor that maintenance will be performed on our phone system for the remainder of the evening. During this time, the ITS Helpdesk may be unreachable via phone. We will continue to monitor and respond to email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Phone operations should
Attention Campus Community: ITS is happy to announce that we will be upgrading our 206 Murchie Science Building open computer lab. The existing lab area will be expanded to include more space for people with laptops or that just need space to sit. However, to accomplish this expansion, the lab will be closed on Friday,
One thing that we don’t have a shortage of are passwords. Every time you sign up for some sort of online account, another password is added to the list. It’s no secret that security is essential when it comes to your passwords, but hackers and malicious software keeps getting better and better at finding ways
The computer lab stations that had login errors in the Library, 205 FH, 3174 WSW, and 2nd floor Riverfront should be mostly resolved. The login process might be slower than normal while all the kinks are ironed out. Our System Engineers continue to work on and monitor the performance issues and are working to fully
We are currently experiencing issues with lab stations that is preventing users from logging in on all 3 floors of the Library, 205 FH, 3174 WSW, and 2nd floor Riverfront. Our Systems Engineers team is currently working diligently on resolving the issue. Until the issue is fixed, we suggest using the 206 MSB lab, which
Smartphones are an amazing achievement of modern technology. You can have a cell phone, portable gaming device, GPS, web browser, smart home controller, and so much more in a device that fits in your hand. The downside, however, is the high cost of the data and voice plans, which start at $40-$50 at the big