Happy 2022 from ITS! We hope you enjoyed some time to rest and re-charge over the last few weeks in preparation for a great spring semester. We have been working with our campus partners to implement some enhancements, which you can read about below. As a reminder, you can contact the ITS Help Desk (email@example.com or 315.443.2677) for any technology-related questions and follow ITS on Instagram for tips and tricks. Continue Reading
Each edition of “ITS In-Depth” takes a closer look at a hot topic in information technology. Previously, we have covered ransomware, extended reality and multi-factor authentication. For this installment, we talked with Information Technology (IT) Accessibility Analyst Pam Thomas to learn about the role that technology plays in creating an inclusive Orange community. Continue Reading
Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is a key tool for protecting your information online. You can think of MFA as “something you know and something you have.” For University purposes, “something you know” refers to your NetID and password and “something you have” is a timed, unique code generated just for you.
At Syracuse University, MFA helps to prevent the unauthorized use of NetIDs and passwords by ensuring that only the account owners themselves can access their accounts. Microsoft’s MFA is currently enabled for all faculty, staff and students accessing SUMail, Office365 applications, MySlice and, as of Dec. 20, Blackboard. Continue Reading
By: Gillian Follett, ’22
The MakerSpace is a true hidden gem on the Syracuse University campus—so hidden that you might not have heard of it! Tucked away in the Kimmel Computer Lab, the MakerSpace is a collaborative space where students, faculty and staff at Syracuse University and SUNY-ESF can create fun, inventive projects using a variety of specialized machines. Continue Reading