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FIT email on Smart Phones

FIT email on Smart Phones

A recent upgrade to the email system, incorporated updated security features that may necessitate minor configuration changes on computers and non-FIT smart phones (Blackberry’s, iPhones . . .) To help users resolve issues, the following instructions are provided, however, because of the multiple phone carrier configurations, and types of smart phones on the market, if […]

January 14, 2010 | By | 19 Replies More
“Ask IT” Q&A with Robert Vassalotti

“Ask IT” Q&A with Robert Vassalotti

“Ask IT” Question: Should I have my system upgraded if I am running on Windows 2000? I often receive “runtime errors”. Can I get my e-mail capacity increased? Answer: Hello Robert, Thank you so much for your inquiry on the IT e-Forum. The run-time errors that you are experiencing could be caused by the out-moded, […]

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Windows 7 Institutional Policy

Windows 7 Institutional Policy

Microsoft released two of three new products On October 22, 2009, the new operating system Windows 7, as a replacement for Vista, and the browser upgrade to Internet Explorer 8.  Soon to follow will be Office 2010 early next year.  All three of these products represent Microsoft’s move to improve functionality, performance and usability. Although […]

November 23, 2009 | By | Reply More
A Digital Facelift for B-915: The Technology Development Team’s Training Lab

A Digital Facelift for B-915: The Technology Development Team’s Training Lab

For the dozens of training requests the Technology Development Team (TDT) receives per month, upgrading their training lab (B-915) last spring to all iMacs was essential to be able to offer training on programs such as: MS Entourage, iMovie, Keynote, and more. The TDT isn’t abandoning its Windows XP operating system or exclusively adopting the […]

October 22, 2009 | By | 2 Replies More