Email scam claims to be from the Chancellor and asks faculty and staff to log in for salary increase details.
The system will be unavailable while maintenance is being performed.
All Box FTP connections will require the use of port 990 instead of port 21.
Scammers record your "yes" response and attempt to use it to authorize charges on a phone bill or a stolen credit card.
Email scam claims you must provide your password to remove a block that has been placed on your mailbox.
Wired network service will be briefly affected.
Wired and wireless network service will be briefly affected.
Faculty and staff will use multifactor authentication to log in to all Pitt Passport services.
Access to download software through pitt.onthehub.com will be unavailable from 7 to 9 a.m.
Tableau uses visual analytics to allow you to move quickly from question to insight.
Box has resolved their issue. Service has been restored.
Email scam claims to be an important message from Pitt faculty and staff
Listen to two students describe their experience in last year's challenge.
Update resolves several new WordPress vulnerabilities.
Your Research Interests will move from the Overview section to the Professional Activities section.
Email scam claims you must reply with your username and password or your mailbox will expire.
It will soon be easier to use Skype for Business to see real-time presence information for your coworkers, colleagues, and friends.
Two critical vulnerabilities affect Microsoft Office and Adobe Flash Player.
Scam email details about your PNC account could not be validated and you must log in within five days.
Scam requests user to log in to email and click on a malicious link
The Student Information System will be unavailable from 9:00 p.m. on Jan. 7 through 7:00 a.m. on Jan. 8
Scam lists Pitt phone number in signature and claims you must log in to reactivate your library account or it will be closed.