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IT Service Alerts for CoE CIS and Tech Campus

Notification of IT Service interruptions for CoE CIS and Tech Campus


Alerts

3/28/19 - SPAM and Phishing Attempts: 

There has been another wave of spam phishing attempts sent to many of the email lists.  

If you have opened the message, and clicked on the any of the links, and entered your netid password, it is highly please change your netid password immediately.  Many of these phishing attempts will attempt to capture your password and then use your email account to send the messages from your account.: https://it.cornell.edu/netids-security-and-policy/change-your-netid-password

For more information on spotting spam and phishing attempts please take time to read and view the videos that Cornell has created: https://it.cornell.edu/security-and-policy-students/spot-fraudulent-emails-phishing

2/5/19 - UBUNTU 14 End Of Support: Support for Ubuntu 14 will end April 2019, please plan to update to a supported version before then.
1/29/19 - Microsoft Imagine to become "Azure Dev Tools for Teaching": On February 13, 2019, Imagine will automatically transition to Azure Dev Tools for Teaching. The only change is the name and where students and faculty will access the subscription services, please use https://aka.ms/devtoolsforteaching.  Please use your "NetID"@cornell.edu credentials to log in to Azure. Old links to the current Imagine webstore will show a redirect link to navigate to the new hub.  Kivuto will be updating the older ELMS platform on February 19, 2019 between 12:00 PM and 3:00 PM UTC. Maintenance is expected to last no more than 3 hours. During this time, the WebStore will be placed in "maintenance mode" and will display a message indicating that your WebStore is temporarily unavailable to the end user.
To see a list of all campus wide IT alerts, visit the following link: IT Service Alerts

Standard Maintenance Window

The ITSG performs routine maintenance every Tuesday and Thursday from 5 to 7 am.  To balance between the need for change and the potential impact of changes, the COECIS ITSG uses a Change Management system intended to ensure standardized methods and procedures are used for efficient and prompt handling of all changes to controlled IT infrastructure.

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