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BuyWays, Finance, HR Direct, Summit, and WISER Unavailable - Friday 5pm to Sunday 8pm

IT Services | July 17, 2018

Planned Maintenance — BuyWays, Finance, HR Direct, Summit & WISER unavailable, Friday 7/27 5pm – Sunday 7/29 8pm

Beware of this phishing message titled “Pending Incoming Mails”

IT Services | May 17, 2018

ITS staff have received numerous reports of a phishing attack that is attempting to steal the usernames and passwords from the UMass Boston community.

Beware of this phishing message titled “incoming mails”

IT Services | March 24, 2018

Beware of this phishing message titled "incoming mails"

Beware the Phishing Email Titled, “UPDATE YOUR MAIL”

IT Services | March 05, 2018

Phishing is a type of cybercrime designed to trick you into giving your personal information. Be careful of this new attack!

Beware the Phishing Email Titled, “Please Read: Very Urgent”

IT Services | February 14, 2018

Watch out for this attack that has hit hundreds of people on campus!

Beware the Phishing Email Titled, “IT-Service Pass-word Update”

IT Services | January 16, 2018

Watch out for this latest Phishing attack!

Beware the Phishing Email Titled, “Umas Boston Office 365 Web Access Help Desk”

IT Services | January 16, 2018

ITS staff have received numerous reports of a phishing attack that is attempting to steal the usernames and passwords from the UMass Boston community.

Beware the Phishing Email Titled, “Library Account”

IT Services | December 22, 2017

Phishing is a type of cybercrime designed to trick you into giving your personal information. Be careful of this new attack!

VCL Service to be Retired and Replaced

John Mazzarella | December 21, 2017

On December 31, 2017, the VCL service will be retired, and we will transition to a replacement, called Virtual Labs (VLABS).

One UMass Professor Saved her Students $32,000, and You Can Too!

John Mazzarella | November 14, 2017

UMass Boston Professor Tara Ashok replaced her $140 Biology 101 textbook with a free peer-reviewed "Open textbook", saving her 150 students a total of $32,000! Learn how you can too!