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Labs and Smart Classrooms This summer, all Windows computers in Academic Computing Labs and Smart Classroom currently running Microsoft Office 2010 will be upgraded to Microsoft Office 2013; the upgrade will be complete for the Fall 2014 semester. For Home UseIT for FIT has negotiated with Microsoft to provide the latest Microsoft Office Free to Faculty and Staff. Is your computer ready to run […]
FIT administrative offices including IT for FIT will be closed for the follow ten (10) Fridays during the summer of 2014: Friday, June 6, 2014 Friday, June 13, 2014 Friday, June 20, 2014 Friday, June 27, 2014 Friday, July 4, 2014 Friday, July 11, 2014 Friday, July 18, 2014 Friday, July 25, 2014 Friday, August 1, […]
Please be advised that beginning May 27, 2014 the open computer labs; CC15 and CC15A summer hours will begin. Monday – Thursday: 8AM – 11PM Friday: CLOSED* Saturday: 8:30AM – 9PM Sunday: 9AM – 8:30AM *Labs will be open on Friday May 30, 2014; 8AM – 11PM Summer Lab Hours are effective from May 27, […]
You are invited to participate in the development and testing of the computer image for fall 2014. Windows PCs will continue to run Microsoft Windows 7 and Apple Macintosh systems will be upgraded to Mavericks (OS 10.9). In this cycle we have two major upgrades: Adobe Creative Cloud (PC and Mac) and Microsoft Office 2013 […]
Tech Tips for Saving your Work It’s that time of year again, finals! We know how stressful this time is as a student and how devastating it can be if your digital work is lost. So, we would like to offer our advice in hopes to save some of you from the stress of lost […]
Wall Street Journal Updated April 27, 2014 8:18 p.m. ET “Microsoft on Sunday warned about a flaw affecting versions 6 through 11 of its flagship browser. The coding flaw would allow hackers to have the same level of access on a network computer as the official user, Microsoft said, which is a best-case scenario for intruders.” Full […]
FIT Community: The Heartbleed bug, a newly discovered security vulnerability that puts users’ passwords at many popular Web sites at risk, has upended the Web since it was recently. It’s an extremely serious issue, and as such, there’s a lot of confusion about the bug and its implications as you use the Internet. Heartbleed is a security […]