The Division of Information Technology regularly performs upgrades and maintenance on IT-supported services to improve functionality and prevent unplanned outages. On, Monday, January 15, when the college is closed for Martin Luther King Jr. Day from 10 am – 5 pm we will be performing network upgrades and preventive maintenance in multiple locations (see the schedule below […]
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FIT will be closed on Monday, January 15th for Martin Luther King Jr. 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 you can email TechHelp@fitnyc.edu and we will reply as […]
What happened? Multiple cybersecurity flaws have been discovered recently that leave nearly every computer and phone vulnerable, allowing cybercriminals the ability to access your private data: passwords, credit card details, photos, etc. Meltdown affects laptops, desktop computers and internet servers with Intel chips. Spectre affects some chips in smartphones, tablets, and computers powered by Intel, […]
The college is closed for Winter Recess beginning Friday, December 22, 2017, and will re-open Tuesday, January 2, 2018. As a reminder, when the college is closed the Administrative Office 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/get-help/faqs. You […]
The Division of Information Technology regularly performs upgrades and maintenance on IT-supported services to improve functionality and prevent unplanned outages. In the coming days, we will be performing network upgrades and preventive maintenance from 7 to 9 am in the Business and Liberal Arts Building (see the schedule below for dates and affected floors). During this […]
Don’t give cybercriminals the gift of an easy target this holiday season. Stay off the cybersecurity naughty list by avoiding falling for these scams: Phony Shipping Status Emails You are likely expecting more package deliveries this time of year a fact cybercriminals seek to exploit by sending fake shipment and delivery notification emails and text […]
“Why don’t I see my grades yet?” A question we frequently receive at the end of the semester approaches. We know how important grades are to you. That is why we wanted to share our involvement in the process. The Division of Information Technology assists the Office of the Registrar with making the links for […]
What happened? A security flaw in the macOS High Sierra allowing attackers to bypass administrator authentication without supplying a password was discovered Tuesday, November 28 and a patch released by Apple on November 29. How does it impact the FIT community? Campus computers, including office, classroom and lab computers are not impacted by this threat […]
The Division of Information Technology is pleased to announce the upgrade to MyFIT. The upgraded MyFIT portal has a more intuitive and modernized look and feel and improved mobile access. The new portal launched March 2. TECH TIP: If you are signing in to MyFIT for the first time after the upgrade and are having […]
Resolved November 27 at 9:30 AM IP phones, wired and wireless network access have been restored. Original Message November 27 at 8:55 AM Our Network team is investigating reports of an outage to IP phones, wired and wireless network access on the 3rd Floor of the Dubinsky Student Center.