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CIT Welcomes New Employees
CIT recently welcomed two new employees to our professional staff. Nick Hardy joins CIT as a Desktop Services Analyst, supporting computer labs, printing services, University Police, and Mathematics. Casey Babcock is the Technology Specialist and HelpDesk Coordinator providing expertise to Milne Library staff and patrons and supervising our students that work at the HelpDesks in South Hall and Milne. Steve Praino and Nik Varrone were also promoted to Senior Desktop Services Analysts.…
IMG_4447.JPGIntroducing Byron! Byron is a shark who's serious about not getting reeled in by phishing. He will be popping up in locations across campus. Everyone who tweets a selfie at Byron’s current location is entered into a drawing to win for that location. Prizes include Starbucks gift cards, printing balance credits, and other surprises! Just before spring break our final drawing will be an Amazon gift card for all those who participated. To join in the challenge,…
Fall 2014 Welcome
Welcome to a new academic year. CIT has been very busy this summer making technology improvements and implementing new services.        Summer 2014 Improvements and New Services Bailey Hall GIS lab moved from Fraser to Bailey 205 and has increased from 25 computers to 31 computers Nine general purpose classrooms with projection, laptop input, Wolf document camera, DVD/VCR player,…
The Microsoft Surface RT and Pro tablets are popular choices for users looking for a light-weight device to use for email, web-browsing, and Microsoft applications. Starting at $299, the Surface RT also appears to be a more affordable Windows laptop option. Unfortunately, the limitations of the RT make it a poor choice for use on our campus. This article will explore the differences between the Surface RT and Pro.…
Graduating Seniors 2014
Congratulations to CIT student employees who are graduating! We appreciate their years of hard work for our department and wish them success in their future endeavors.…
  internet-explorer-512.pngJust a few weeks after The Heartbleed Bug, the media is reporting yet another security exploit that impacts a great number of computer users. While this Internet Explorer exploit appears to be utilized by hijackers targeting specific individuals and organizations, anyone using IE must take steps to protect themselves. Please contact the CIT HelpDesk with any questions or concerns. CIT recommends that until Microsoft releases updates to secure their browser,…
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