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There has been a significant increase in phishing emails and compromised accounts.  Please be diligent and alert when reading email.  If there is any doubt, you may contact any member of ITS staff for confirmation on whether a message is legitimate. Some information about phishing is available here: http://www.wesleyan.edu/its/security/phishing.html If you do click on a suspicious […]

There were two prevalent phishing emails that circulated widely through the Wesleyan community.  One from meisner@wesleyan purporting to share a document via Dropbox and one claiming to be from payroll with a disguised link.  Neither are legitimate.  Please do not click any links.  If you you do click the links, please change your Wesleyan password […]

ITS is working on an issue which has disrupted many services including WFS.  Some are offline and others are very slow.  We are in the process of restoring them now while we continue to research the root cause.

ITS is addressing a problem with Internet connectivity.  This affects all services and sites off campus.

ITS will be performing network maintenance on Sunday morning, October 23, between 7:30 and 10:00 am.  We expect network disruption during this time.  Please refer to Twitter or Facebook for updates and notices should unanticipated problems arise. Facebook Twitter  

Network Restored

UPDATE: All services have now been restored as of 3:05 PM.   A major network disruption began at 1:45 today.  Much of the campus has been restored however, all buildings served by the main distribution switch in CFA are still offline (see below).  We are working as quickly as we can to restore services. Theater […]

WesPortal Launch, Today!
Please refer questions/concerns to: https://service.wesleyan.edu

The Portfolio Performance Problems have been resolved.
Thank you for your patience.

Due to a heavy load the Portfolio is having performance issues.
ITS is aware, Thank you for your patience.

The Wesleyan campus is having intermittent network problems.  ITS is aware of the problem and is actively working on the problem.  We will provide further updates as soon as possible. Steve Machuga Director of Administrative Systems

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