Adobe Update Adobe sent emails to Newly Eligible Students on or around Friday, August 24. If you had access to Adobe CC through FIT Eligibility and did not receive an email that your account is no longer active, then you can continue to use Adobe as you previously did. You do not need to wait […]
The messages below appear because OS X 10.8 and higher by default block the installation of applications that are not from the Mac App Store or created by identified developers. However, if you know the software you are installing is safe you can follow the steps below to complete the installation: Hold the Ctrl Key […]
Learn how to install Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access and OneNote with your free Office 365 subscription today. Install the latest versions Office for both Windows (PC) and Mac. Follow the instructions below to download and install your free Office 365 today. Step 1 Go to https://login.microsoftonline.com Enter your FIT Email address and FIT Password Offer and access is […]
Sophos Endpoint Security and Control is a virus protection software licensed by FIT and installed on all FIT Computers. We recommend that all FIT students, faculty and staff protect their personal computers from malicious software, inappropriate websites, and viruses by installing Sophos Home. Refrain from installing Sophos Home on any device distributed/issued by FIT even […]
Please check the downloads page to download free software and the FIT Associated Stores to find a list of discounts available for the FIT community. To access: Sign in to MyFIT Go to the Web Resources page Find the FIT Associated Stores portlet for software, hardware, and other technology discounts.
Computer Recommendations We suggest students buy a Mac or Windows computer based on the requirements of their major and personal preferences. Please contact your major department for information about major requirements. The Division of Information Technology recommends all computers have the following minimum requirements when you buy a computer: At least 8G of RAM (*students using […]