Important COVID-19 Related Resource & Helpful Information Links
A MESSAGE FROM INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES (ITS)
In order to reduce the potential spread of COVID-19, as of Monday, March 23, 2020, the ITS Help Desk walk-up window in the Tech Hub will be closed until further notice. We will continue to provide phone (607-777-6420) and email (firstname.lastname@example.org) support during our regularly scheduled hours. We also recommend logging in to ITS Self Service to submit your question and search the ITS main page or the Self Service Knowledge Base first, as you may save yourself time and find your answer there.
UNIVERSITY UPDATED INFORMATION ON COVID-19
Check your Bmail, Dateline (faculty/staff), B-Line (students) and the links below on a regular basis.
For helpful information on the virus and University Messages
Here you’ll find important information and messages from the University about coronavirus. Be sure to check this page regularly so you can stay on top of the most recent updates.
Ongoing resources for transitioning to learning online - SUNY ONLINE.
A Binghamton University website created for COVID-19 Updates
Visit the University Portal on a regular basis for updated information regarding COVID-19
When you go to log in to your my.binghamton.edu portal, you’ll see a blue or red banner
with coronavirus-related information and links. Check these on a regular basis for
important announcements and updates.
Binghamton University ITS Blog
For helpful information on working remotely/online learning and more...
Subscribe to the Binghamton University Youtube page for updated messages from President Harvey Stenger.
ITS RELATED LINKS
In March, as we migrated to remote classes, the NYS PAUSE further confirmed the need for a pool of laptops. The SUNY System Administration, along with the Center for Learning and Teaching (CLT) and ITS has procured 200 HP laptops which are currently available for issuance to enrolled Binghamton University students who are facing challenges with their technology. Click the above link for more info.
Make sure you review the latest phishing scams that are circulating posted on the Phish Tank and learn ways to avoid them.
As fear about coronavirus ramps up, so do the number of cyberattacks and phishing scams. Read this blog post for information about the hoaxes going around and what you can do if you receive one.
In addition to the above link, read this blog post for continued updates on coronavirus-related phishing scams.
Transitioning to online learning is a big adjustment, but ITS is here to help. We’ve put together a list of helpful online resources students can use while learning remotely.
Faculty should review this blog post for a complete list of remote resources and how to use them.
As of March 23rd Printing is Available in Limited Areas - updated 5/20
While classes are online, there are a few places on campus where you can still print. Visit this blog post regularly as it will be continually updated.
Unfortunately, with classes moving online, some Zoom meetings have been getting hacked or randomly disrupted by trolls. Read this blog post for important tips on keeping your Zoom meetings private and secure.
Feeling stressed? Read this blog post for some helpful tips on keeping your calm during the COVID-19 quarantine.