Are you a Mac user thinking of upgrading to Yosemite?
Our desktop team would like you to re-consider for the time being:
We've Upgraded SFU Connect with a Security Patch
Older email clients will no longer function with SFU Connect:
Cyber Security Tips
CryptoWall Trojan is a form of malware known as ransomware. Malware such as CryptoWall encrypts files on infected computers and then offers to restore encrypted files for a fee. As time passes the ransom fee increases. Don't pay the ransom. Contact your department's technical support person for assistance.
Trojans like CryptoWall are often circulated by infected email attachments or advertisements of popular websites. IT Services would like to take this opportunity to provide you with some helpful information and security tips:
Android Device Encryption Prompt
Some users with unencrypted, stock Android devices were prompted in late 2014 to encrypt their devices for SFU Connect; for users who did not wish to proceed with doing so for various reasons, a fix was has put into place.
CAS Login Page
The following services reflect the new version of SFU's Central Authentication System (CAS):
- SFU Connect
- SFU Canvas
- All non-CQ, .htaccess protected pages hosted on SFU webspace
CAS features the new SFU Common Look and Feel, plus a responsive design to offer a better experience for mobile and tablet users.
Who we are and what we do
IT Services advances SFU's capabilities with effective technologies and services. While providing a multitude of resources to SFU staff, faculty and students across all campuses, we play a key role in:
- Investigating emerging technology
- Protecting and preserving institutional data, resources and services
- Collaborating actively for effective solutions
- Making decisions in the context of institutional and technical strategies
Read more about SFU IT Services and our strategic statement.
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM
May 14, 2015ServiceNow Maintenance Window - every 2 weeks on Thursdays from 5pm to 6pm
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
May 19, 2015Canvas updates with zero expected downtime.
BC Campus Development Windows Server Patching
5:00 AM - 6:00 AM
May 27, 2015No Description