Today, an employee reported a suspicious, but seemingly official looking email with "The Florida State University" listed as the Subject, which claimed to be coming from Information Technology Services.
As of Tuesday, December 20th 2011 at 9:00 am EST, all migrations of e-mail from student's JES to myFSU have been completed. For users that have still not activated their myFSU accounts, their student e-mail aliases will be moved to our Exchange servers temporarily (through Jan. 25th, 2012) and will forward to their myFSU. All student aliases will be removed on January 25th, 2012 and all myFSU accounts will be manually activated.
Information Technology Services is pleased to announce a significant change regarding email services to the University community. Campus-wide migration to a unified Microsoft Exchange 2010 platform is scheduled to be fully implemented over the upcoming winter break, beginning at 6PM on December 23, 2011. Please note that email services for ALL faculty, staff, and retirees will be affected during the migration. Employees will have access to their FSU email during the winter break, but there will be periodic service interruptions during the transition process.
Information Technology Services has completed the student/alumni transition to the new enhanced myFSU email system (http://fsu.edu/myFSU).
Announce of the new FSU Service Center
FSU scores, campus news, maps, library, contact info + more, and it’s FREE.
Want to stay in touch with Florida State University wherever you are? FSU Mobile is the app for that. From sports schedules & scores to campus news & maps to library info and contacts, FSU Mobile is the answer! Download now and get FSU in the palm of your hand. It’s official and it’s FREE.
Information Technology Services is pleased to announce that Ruston Keeton is the winner of the myFSU activation drawing. Keeton, a graduate student, will receive a brand new Xbox 360 gaming system courtesy of Microsoft's Live@edu.
To activate your myFSU account go to: fsu.edu/myFSU.
In a continuing effort to improve internal security, accountability, and access controls within FSU’s student administrative computer applications, ITS implemented a new procedure for managing NWRDC accounts and access to FSUID applications as of July 1, 2011. The old process to request or remove an account at NWRDC required the submission of one or more online forms. Similarly, the FSU identity management applications also required a hard copy form. Now requests for a NWRDC account and requests for FSU identity management applications have been streamlined via eORR, OMNI's electronic online role request process.
Information Technology Services (ITS) recently launched an enhanced email, communication and collaboration services platform for students and alumni, which includes popular features such as a 10GB lifetime @my.fsu.edu email account; 7GB of cloud-based file storage; online PC backup/synchronization utilities; online collaboration tools; online MS Office Web Applications; and mobile access to FSU email and more. The new platform, branded myFSU, is the result of an innovative partnership with Microsoft Live@edu that will provide the University with a lifetime communication link to alumni.
In partnership with FSU Purchasing, Information Technology Services (ITS) strategically negotiated with vendors to receive lower hardware pricing and associated software maintenance fees.