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Information Technology Services, Department of Public Safety Investigating Feb. 17 ‘Zoombombing’ Incident

Thursday, February 18, 2021, By News Staff

Syracuse University’s Information Technology Services (ITS) and the Department of Public Safety are investigating a reported “Zoombombing” incident that occurred on Wednesday, Feb. 17, during a virtual meeting of a student organization. A participant reported that an unknown individual hacked…


Information Technology Services Takes Center Stage at NetApp Insight Conference

Thursday, November 7, 2019, By Eric Ferguson

Thousands of information technology professionals gathered at the NetApp Insight Conference in Las Vegas last week to hear experts from such leading organizations as Centura Health, SAP, DreamWorks—and Syracuse University. Eric Sedore, associate chief information officer with Information Technology Services…

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Roundup: Syracuse University Social Accounts to Follow (and Some Websites to Bookmark)

Thursday, September 1, 2022, By News Staff

Stay connected with Syracuse University wherever you are! For new and returning students, there can be an overwhelming amount of information and resources shared at the beginning of the semester. Following University accounts on social media and frequenting University websites…

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DataInsights to Replace MyReports Effective Nov. 1

Tuesday, June 28, 2022, By Eric Ferguson

Effective, Nov. 1, 2022, Information Technology Services (ITS) will decommission the MyReports reporting tool. As of that date, DataInsights will serve as the new enterprise reporting and dashboard repository for the University. Although reports will no longer be available in…

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Alert: Increased State-Sponsored Cyberattack Activity

Thursday, February 24, 2022, By News Staff

The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency is warning U.S. organizations to beware of a possible rise in state-sponsored cyberattacks. Syracuse University’s Information Security team within Information Technology Services (ITS) has not detected any marked increase in activity over the…

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‘Hot Spots’ Have a Chilling Effect on Campus Wi-Fi

Monday, February 21, 2022, By Eric Ferguson

Information Technology Services (ITS) network administrators continue to detect wireless access points or “hot spots” coming from personal devices across campus. Hot spots can disrupt the normal use of University-provided wireless access (Wi-Fi). ITS encourages anyone using a hot spot…

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Important Syllabus Reminders

Monday, August 9, 2021, By News Staff

Dear Colleagues: I sincerely hope that you had time this summer to do many of the things you love and to be with people you care about. Whether that was vacation, stay-cation, research, professional development or get-togethers with family and…

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Academic Continuity Team Receives Chancellor’s Citation for Work to Address University’s COVID-19 Pandemic Challenges

Friday, June 4, 2021, By News Staff

When the COVID-19 pandemic began to spread across the globe in the spring of 2020, it brought to Syracuse University a countless number of unprecedented challenges. One of the most critical was to continue the work of educating more than…

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Don’t Take the Bait: Beware of Phishing

Monday, April 26, 2021, By Eric Ferguson

Is that unexpected part-time job offer real? Does someone you’ve never met really need you to make purchases on his behalf? Now more than ever, it’s essential to protect yourself against phishing attempts and other cybersecurity threats. On the latest…


Research Computing: A Decade of Discovery on Campus

Thursday, April 8, 2021, By Eric Ferguson

Do you need more computing power to move your work forward? Since 2011, the Research Computing team within Information Technology Services (ITS) has helped faculty and staff tackle computational challenges beyond the capabilities of a normal desktop or laptop computer. Each…