FIT will be closed on Monday, February 20th for Presidents’ Day. As a reminder, when the college is closed the Administrative Offices at FIT are also closed – including the Division of Information Technology. If you have questions while the college is closed, please visit our FAQs at it.fitnyc.edu/faqs. You may also email TechHelp@fitnyc.edu, and […]
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Beginning Wednesday, February 8 until Tuesday February 14 FIT blogs will be unavailable for a server migration and upgrade. Until the completion of the server migration the following pages will be unavailable: blog.fitnyc.edu/admissions blog.fitnyc.edu/archiveondemand blog.fitnyc.edu/artanddesign blog.fitnyc.edu/artresourceslaboratory blog.fitnyc.edu/artspeak blog.fitnyc.edu/diversityatfit blog.fitnyc.edu/fitinflorence blog.fitnyc.edu/fitinmilan blog.fitnyc.edu/fmm blog.fitnyc.edu/globalandgreen blog.fitnyc.edu/gradstudies blog.fitnyc.edu/hottopicsinsider blog.fitnyc.edu/inked blog.fitnyc.edu/materialmode blog.fitnyc.edu/onmymind blog.fitnyc.edu/precollegeprograms blog.fitnyc.edu/sustainabilitycouncil blog.fitnyc.edu/thehomepage blog.fitnyc.edu/thelook blog.fitnyc.edu/volumesandissues We will continue […]
Feb 16: Patch Deployment for the Online Information System, Pay for Print, and other FIT Services 8AM – 9AM
The Division of Information Technology regularly deploys patches to fix or improve computer programs or supporting data. Patch deployment is a critical part of maintaining the security of FIT systems and the FIT network; fixing security vulnerabilities, bugs, and improving overall performance. On Thursday, February 16 we will be deploying patches for the Online Information […]
Restored Tuesday, February 14 at 1:15 pm Bi-Tech services are available. Update Work Extended to Tuesday, February 14 Maintenance on Bi-Tech services has been extended to Tuesday, February 14. We are working diligently to restore services as soon as possible. Please check back for updates. Bi-Tech users will receive an email when services are restored. Original Message The Division […]
Due to the winter storm, the college, including the Gladys Marcus Library, The Museum at FIT and the Computer Labs, will be closed on Thursday, February 9. Unless otherwise announced, classes will be held on Friday, February 10. Additional details are posted at fitnyc.edu.
The U.S. Internal Revenue Service issued a reminder warning to all employers about an email identity-theft scam that spoofs emails from senior management, payroll or human resource departments to trick employees into revealing sensitive information such as their W-2 forms. Scammers are targeting schools, nonprofits, and other organizations. How the scam works The cyber criminal […]
The Division of Information Technology regularly deploys patches to fix or improve computer programs or supporting data. Patch deployment is a critical part of maintaining the security of FIT systems and the FIT network; fixing security vulnerabilities, bugs, and improving overall performance. On Thursday, February 9 we will be deploying patches for R25, FARS, TechHelp Self-Service […]
Resolved January 30 at 4:24 pm The sporadic outages earlier today were caused by the current equipment supporting Blackboard being unable to direct increased traffic appropriately. We have worked with Open SUNY to restore services and will schedule downtime to install new equipment. Original Message January 30 at 12:05 pm We have contacted Open SUNY about […]
What is Ransomware? Ransomware is computer malware that encrypts the files on your PC, making them (and often your whole computer) unusable. It may also encrypt files on network drives that you have access to, like your N: drive. You regain access to the files by paying a ransom to receive a decryption key. In […]
Cyber criminals are taking advantage of college students looking for work and wanting to make extra money during their limited free time. Scammers target student emails and places students look for work and to connect with employers. Below you will find some of the scams meant to target students looking for a job.