Students are invited to join Isaac Straley, U of T's Chief Information Security Officer, for an informal conversation about information security.
IITS will be deploying a new Mac management tool called Addigy that will be used to remotely manage, support, update and set up Mac computers in UTSC.
As the campus returns to in-person classes on Monday February 7, please review the IITS Hours of Operation here.
Please click here to learn more about the Log4j vulnerability and steps being taken to minimize its impact.
Cyber Security Awareness Month is an international campaign held every October to help raise awareness about simple steps you can take to stay safe online.
As we plan to return to campus for Fall 2021, please review our updated Hours of Operations and Safety Protocols.
August is Back to Campus Month at Connect+Learn! Learn more and see a list of upcoming sessions available.
IITS has assembled the following resources (UTORid and password required) to help the UTSC community work effectively while away from campus.
Please click here for resources that have been developed by the IITS team to help Staff and Faculty to work remotely. (UTORid and password required)
The University of Toronto has migrated to Office 365 and it is now time to retire the legacy UTSC email service.
In an ongoing effort to provide improved services to the UTSC community, the goal of this project is to replace 365 existing access points with upgraded hardware...
October is Cyber Security Awareness Month (CSAM) at U of T and the Information & Instructional Technology Services (IITS) team is pleased to collaborate with...
Information and Instructional Technology Services (IITS), the department that manages information technology (IT) for U of T Scarborough (UTSC), is undergoing a...
Office 365 is coming to U of T Scarborough and it is bringing world-class features and improvements to our email system for faculty and staff in 2018.
A serious flaw was discovered in WPA2 protocol that allows individuals to perform man-in-the-middle attacks on WPA2 enabled wireless networks.
Teaching Stations in classrooms HW214, HW215, HW216, SW128, SW143 and SW309 have been upgraded to newer standard.