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Getting Started with LastPass Password Manager & Introducing LastPass Families
Nov. 21, 2022

Interested in what LastPass password manager has to offer? Watch this 6-minute video to learn more and join our upcoming class on Dec. 8 (in-person or online).

Information Security Office revises position paper on use of personal devices
Nov. 21, 2022

Read the ISO’s revised position on using personal devices to access University systems.

ServiceNow Performance Improvements
Nov. 21, 2022

Several query intensive lists will be relocated, resulting in an 80% improvement in user record load speeds.

New Employee – Katherine Mullins
Nov. 21, 2022

Kate joins the Customer Service and Support group as a Senior Business Relationship Manager, to foster the relationship between OIT and the distributed IT support staff.

Site Builder v2.26 has been released
Nov. 18, 2022

Site Builder v2.26 updates include a number of fixes and improvements to the Publications module, accessibility, webforms and more. 

Jamf Enrollment Authentication Duo Enhancement
Nov. 15, 2022

Starting November 15, 2022, Jamf Enrollment Authentication will use CAS with the Duo Universal Prompt instead of the Duo Append mode (ie. Sonic Wall behavior) for iOS 13 and above and macOS 10.15 and above.

OIT's Jason Rappaport provides insight on Princeton's deployment of Grouper
Nov. 11, 2022

Rappaport, a DevOps Engineer in Enterprise Infrastructure Services (EIS) explains how Princeton successfully eliminated technical debt by deploying Grouper in July 2022.

New requirements for Zoom users
Nov. 3, 2022

As of November 5, Zoom will require all users to update their software quarterly, in order to keep up with all feature and security upgrades. 

Vital Update Required: OpenSSL Vulnerability
Oct. 31, 2022

A significant security risk has been identified within version 3 of the OpenSSL library, which will require immediate patching.

Ignore Dell Email Requesting Additional Information
Oct. 31, 2022

SCAD/DCS members can disregard the email from Dell. OIT is working to suppress these types of emails in the future.