DotCIO News & Announcements
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Members of the campus community should note that DotCIO's MultiMedia Services will be performing maintenance on the Mediasite video streaming platform between 6:00am and 9:00am on Friday, July 30. As a result, the Mediasite suite may be inaccessible for viewing, uploading, and editing of video content during this time.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Mediasite support team.
All members of the campus community should note that DotCIO will be performing maintenance on the Webex authentication integration between 7:30am and 8:00am on Tuesday, July 27. Although the staff does not anticipate any service impact, users may potentially experience intermittent issues with logging into Webex during this time; DotCIO apologizes for any inconvenience this may cause.
Individuals who have administrative access to PageUP, Human Resource's talent management and recruiting software, should take note that the software now requires multi-factor authentication using Duo.
Those experiencing any difficulty gaining access to the software are asked to please open a ticket in ITSSC.
The license variables for Siemens NX is due to change effective this evening 06/08/2021. After this occurs, you will receive an error when you open the application. Please reference this article to update the license variables. Updating Siemens NX license variables If you have any problems please submit a Support
To increase secure access to RPI systems, including email, from off-campus, Rensselaer will be requiring Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) for VPN using Cisco AnyConnect Duo. Note this install needs to be done when not connected to the RPI network – either via hard wire or wpa2.
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RPI Learning Management System (Blackboard Learn 9.1 SaaS Release 3900.10.0) instructors, designers, and TA's
Do Submit a course request if:
Scam emails targeting college students are a recurring problem, and a common theme for these messages is an offer of employment that requires some sort of financial transaction, or which requests personal information. While members of the DotCIO staff are able to prevent most of these scam emails from reaching you, some will still sneak through from time to time. As a result, we encourage all members of the campus community to be aware that any e-mail messages of this nature are phishing attempts, and that they should be deleted immediately.