OIT News & Events
The Office of Information Technology is preparing for Windows 7 and Office 2010 on-campus with plans to have the computer labs and ITECs migrated to Windows 7 and Office 2010 by Fall Semester. For our Mac Lab computers on-campus, we are planning to roll out Office 2011 by the Fall Semester.
Effective immediately, the College has partnered with Rave Mobile Safety to provide an emergency alert system capable of delivering messages to your Fisher or personal email addresses, as well as your land line and cell phones.
Members of the campus community have been automatically enrolled in the program with contact information from our former provider, Fish 'R' Net, and Banner. Please log in to the Rave Alert site to confirm your contact information and update your notification preferences. (Note that your cellular phone provider may charge a per-text-message fee for the delivery of emergency notifications to your phone).
OIT is preparing the software image for Spring Semester for computer labs and ITECs. Software applications will be upgraded to their latest versions and any patches will be installed. Software requests submitted by December 17th, 2010 will be included in the standard lab software configuration at the beginning of the spring semester.
As of September 27, the Office of Information Technology will be the primary point of contact for SJFC provided mobile devices.
Over the summer, OIT completed a number of projects to enhance services and make it easier for students, faculty and staff to use technology at SJFC. Below is a list of those improvements or changes:
Atomic Learning is an online, video-based software training solution available for use by faculty, staff, and students at St. John Fisher College. To enrich the login process, you’ll need to provide your Fish 'R' Net credentials to access Atomic Learning from on or off campus.
The Office of Information Technology, in conjunction with the Office of Marketing and Communications, is pleased to announce the launch of its new and improved OIT website. The new site was designed to improve both the navigation and ease of use for campus constituents.